You are some very lucky readers. This week we have two Friday posts! I linked up my amazingness with Mrs AOK A Work in Progress to do a feature called Ask Away Friday. I love this topic idea because I feel excited getting to know new people outside my little bubble in the big wide world of blogging. We each made up and swapped 10 questions for the other to answer. Make sure you head on over to Mrs AOK to see what I asked!
MrsMissionControl (my co-blogger) and I were forever sharing resources, tips and stories about raising our ASD kids. We relied on each other for support, which we felt was lacking in the military community. We realized there had to be more military families like ours going through the same scenarios and needing support.
Nope, I hate the sound of my voice. So much I refuse to have a personal voicemail message.
It used to all be about where I could get food fastest. But now, I have reached a new level of crazy… I cook home-made or semi-home-meals every night.
I used to be the one people came to for whats the best to use. At this point I cant even tell you what Google+ is and if I get one more Candy Crush invite my computer will go through a window. I like Twitter only because it is the only one I could figure out how to link my Instagram and Facebook account too to post simultaneously.
That would imply I have leisure time to read.
I went back and forth between two. But stuck with Pinterest. I am a creative person and use it as a stress outet. But because of my memory issues I forget what I’m even working on. So I use it as a reference and how to guide.
Extremely. I have seen my fair share of therapists and coursers and none of them can ever help like writing does. If you could hear all the crap I actually want to say to people, I would have been shot and jailed a long time ago. Haha, so blogging, calms me down thinking what I am writing could actually help someone else.
Yes, I think the best thing they can do is learn about what their husband actually does. This is a lifestyle and most make it a career, which means many many years. If you spend all those years with your head up your butt and have no idea what is going on with the life/career you have, then you are doing yourself and your marriage a disservice. If you ask him questions about his job and listen, then when he comes home and vents, talks or just unloads about his day, you can actually have a active part in the conversation instead of just slapping a fake smile on your face and acting like you know exactly what he is talking about. You might not be able to solve his work problems for him; but I think he will feel calmer knowing you actually might know what he is talking about and he isnt talking to a brick wall. If you think you have no real reason to learn, then maybe this life style isnt for you.