Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Ramblings On Wednesday

Well we are in full unpacking mode! All of the boxes are unpacked and we are putting things away and getting things hung up. It is certainly feeling like home and we are loving it! 

In the midst of all this craziness there are other happenings:

*I registered for my last set of classes yesterday, which means I am on track to graduate in August 2015! That means I will have finished my bachelors degree in 23 months. 

*I have started applying for jobs here...I am hoping for at least a few calls. 

*The reason I am applying for jobs is because there is NO FRG for where Kyle will be working. Am I wrong for being slightly happy about this?! It will be a nice break.

*Kyle heads back to work on Tuesday, it has been nice to have him home but we are both ready for a routine again.

*We have our first race in Louisiana on the 15th, I am ridiculously excited!

*Emma and Fishy have easily adjusted to their new home as you can see, it's a good place to live.


I hope you all have a wonderful Wednesday!

21 comments:

  1. OH MY GOSH - you will finish in 23 months?! That is crazy - good for you!! How awesome! I bet that has been a lot of hard work, but it will be WELL worth it, I promise!! :)

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  2. Hope you get all settled ASAP.

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  3. So glad you are starting to get settled in. Good job on the school!!!!!! And best of luck with job hunt... hope something comes through soon for you.

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  4. Okay, so you deserve an award for finishing your Bachelor's in 23 months!

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  5. Wow you are amazing!!! 23 months?!?! Yay for getting settled in!!

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  6. You are amazing! I'm glad everything is going so well for y'all.

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  7. Yay for having a game plan for your college program, I hope you enjoy the classes!! Good luck on your job hunt! What are you looking for? I'm glad you're getting settled so quickly and the "kids" are adjusting well, too :-)

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    1. Thanks Stephanie!! I am hoping to get a job at a Child Development Center or Child Youth Services. Fingers crossed. :)

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  8. Time for a bit of time for you.

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  9. It is so funny that there is no FRG for Kyle's unit since is seems like hubby's unit is pushing so hard for the FRG and no one wants to participate. However the break is a good thing. As is the lack of drama and stress that can come from participating in some of them. You are a rockstar! 23 months! Dang Girl you are speeding through it! It's good though because no one wants to drag that out. Fingers crossed you get some interviews and hopefully a job you love.
    Yay for your first race in Louisiana! You all running all these races have inspired me to get back into working out and running more.

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    1. Yeah with OPS Group being so different (there are no commanders with the exception of the COG) there is no need for an FRG. Any information get sent out through the soldiers and they are constantly with rotations anyway lol. Thanks friend! I am so ready to be done with school.

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  10. So many exciting things --- your degree (!!!), finishing unpacking & your race!!!

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  11. Your enthusiasm is contagious, and I'm happy for you. :)

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  12. Haha, they're are two peas in a pod.

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  13. You guys are quick!!! The break from FRG is always nice. I'm craving the involvement once again though. Can't wait to get back into it!

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  14. Glad life is getting back to normal but in a different place with new adventures. Love the photo of the pets on the couch, all snuggled and happy. Have a good day!!

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  15. I think part of the war fatigue everyone has been writing about recently is FRG fatigue. There's a blog post in there somewhere.

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  16. How exciting that school is almost finished for you!

    I am impressed you are unpacked already! I have been living here for 3 months, and I still have boxes.

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  17. Lol. I love that you are excited about no frg. We have yet to be associated with a unit that has a legit frg. Isn't it funny how different the experiences can be?

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  18. How is going from owning a nice home to military housing?? Not to sound like a brat but I think I would be pissed lol. We were in military housing before we bought this home and I NEVER want to go back.

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  19. love the positivity and the great things that are going on in your life! <3

    and that photo is absolutely adorable! xoxox

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Love hearing from you!! :)