Sunday, July 30, 2006

Loneliness

I've tried so hard this deployment to be postive and most of this deployment has really been easy considering my husband's in a terrorist nation. Anyways...there are times when I just feel lonely. Not in that way that Chad has anything to worry about. I get to talk/chat with Chad almost every evening...but you know chatting isn't always the same. I normally talk to my 2 closest girlfriends on the phone during the week, but on the weekends their husbands are home and I know that time's precious and they want to spend it with them and I don't want to intrude. I have found though that come the night time on the weekends I'm simply lonely. I have wonderful friends here, but their not like my closest friends in the states and definately not like Chad.

One thing I want to do when Chad's home is twice a month us go and do something fun. Little day or weekend trips. I have so many plans for when Chad comes home. We're down to 3 months aka double digits! That's really exciting! I can't believe how close we're getting to the end of this deployment. In a lot of ways it's flown by! Having Chad get to come home half way through definately helped us too.

I know I'll get through the loneliness and tomorrow is Monday and I'll get to talk to my girls then!

9 comments:

missycal8 said...

Christy I am praying that God will fill your lonlieness until chad comes home. It must be very hard to be by yourself, taking care of you boys and just not having that companiionship of your husband.
Three months will go by fast, I pray that they go by fast for you.
Take Care
Michelle ( angel Katies mom)

mikalsgrl said...

(((((((((((( christy ))))))))))))))))

I know I have said this 1000 times, but if you ever need to chat I am here. I agree- in a way (at times) this deployment has gone somewhat quickly.

I think the one thing that made this be- was that you did not sit at home just waiting for Chad's return. You got out and surrounded yourself and the boys with the beauty and history of Germany. You created such wonderful memories for you and the boys and will be able to share these things with Chad when he comes home. You go girl!!

You have to be proactive in your happiness and you did just that!! You did not just sit home and mope and wait for im to come home.

Hang in there friend.....I am very proud of you! Plus, I have loved seeing your beautiful pictures!!

jckfrstross said...

Christy hang in there i am sure the loneliness is at time overwelming. but its temproary i am here for you remember if you need to chat or whatever im me or email me ok:)

Deb

deshelestraci said...

I know how you feel and I still have my hubby here.  I get lonely to talk to my friends but don't feel like I can bother them on weekends.  
PS  I am tired of the terrorist nations too!!!!!  
Traci

lv2trnscrb said...

((Christy))) I'm late responding to this; I can imagine you would be lonely. I think you are doing great trying to be positive and planning for get aways with Chad is a wonderful way to try to pass the time. Hang in there; every day is one day closer; such an old cliche but so true

betty

hopesingod said...

(((((Christy))))))

Kathryn

cojlisa16 said...

Hey Christy, Chad, Jacob, and Jack,

Just checking in to say hello and let you know you are in my thoughts and prayers.  The time is getting closer and closer when you will all be together.  I'm sure you must be getting excited about your happy reunion.   Hang in there and keep your focus where it needs to be.  I am so proud of all of you and grateful for your sacrifices for the benefit of all of us.  May God continue to bless you and keep you safe.  
With love,
Lisa & family

bethjunebug said...

God Bless you both!!! Praying for Chads safety.
We are so proud of our military men & women & there family.
Take care!!
your journaling friend and fellow American,
Liz
http://journals.aol.com/bethjunebug/Bethjunebug

hopesingod said...

(((Christy)))  Is there some kind of support group around for you locally that has other women experiencing a spouse in a war?