It’s been a whole year since Adam first left for Iraq and we’re on the downhill slope these days. Not so difficult to believe we’ve survived, but I am incapable of understanding the relativity of time: how time flies, but only in hindsight; how it ... Read More about Love, Truth, and the Theory Of Relativity
http://youtu.be/xvZ8YZGVVWY ... Read More about Signing In From Seoul!
God, where to begin? I just… can’t believe I have only one more month left here and then I’m off to Seoul. This has been the single, most eye-opening-see-how-this-small-world-works-and-learn-more-than-I-probably-ever-wanted-to-know-about-myself ... Read More about Spring in Saigon
I went back to the tailor who is making my ceremony gown to see how things were coming along. To my surprise, she was done with the dress! I tried it on and everything fit okay, barring the bra cups being too close together. She said this was easily ... Read More about DIY Save The Date Magnets
I thought it was high time to post a non-whiny blog for once. I’m definitely on the upswing of things. Adam will be home very soon on leave and I am counting down the days like a kid before Christmas. I even made those red and green paper rings we ... Read More about On the Upswing Of Things
They come with a vengeance, and most times without warning. It’s Friday night and I’m on the couch, not knowing what to do, where to go, or whom to call. I’m sucker-punched and down for the count, in fetal position. A pain that moves around inside ... Read More about When Your Heart Is An Empty Room
The relentless heartache of deployment: It’s been two months since Adam’s been gone and it still feels as difficult as the first day without him. It’s not a sharp pain, though, it’s more of a dull, aching, relentless longing. At times it can be ... Read More about Two Months Of Joy, Hope, Fear, and Longing