Tuesday, February 7, 2012


~You don't mind a phone call waking you up at 4 a.m.

~You tell people that ask that he's 'only' been gone a month.

~The smallest contact (short sms) from your man makes your entire week!

~You cry over an msg that says nothing more than hi and I miss U

~Those recruitment commercials on TV make you cry because you are so proud!

~You get super excited just knowing that your Soldier tried to call but wasn't able to get through.

~Your first Military Ball you go to as your Soldier's girlfriend, your name tag says"Mrs".

Is that a self fulfilling prophecy or what?!?

~A 30 second phone call after no calls from him for 2.5 months leaves you full of joy and happiness, and "No 

news is good news" becomes your motto.

~The motto "no shore too distant" becomes your life.

~You feel yourself growning more and more in love with your man even while he's so far away.

~You hold off on seeing certain moviEs so u can see them with your Soldier when he comes home.

~You want to roll your eyes when you hear someone say,"I havent seen my boyfriend in a week!"

~You can go from being happy,to sad, to lonely, to angry, to proud, and back to happy in amatter of less 

than an hour, and you sleep with the phone right next to you, just in case.

~If he's deployed you don't care how your hair looks nor care about wearing make-up, and thepeople at your 

work ask about your boyfriend every day to see if you've heard from him.

~The sight of any other man in a uniform makes you miss your boyfriend MORE than it makes you drool, and 

you try to explain to civilians what your boyfriend does for a living, they give you a blank look because they 

don't understand a third of what you just said......!!!!

Miss you my soldier :(

source: Internet


  1. So sweet Sonia! My last post is dedicated to the solider, a husband like yours who I always hold in highest esteem!

  2. That was amzing Sonia Kundra Singh! You are so right! It is all because of many women and girls like you, who help their husbands, we civilians are safe! Proud to be your friend! Here I'm left with no more words coz I can not say I understand your feelings! Hats-off to all Army wives and Mothers as well.

  3. Very touching piece. While enjoying the freedom and protection in the cozy confines of our homes we often forget the sacrifices of the people who are responsible to make us feel that way, let alone recognize the sacrifices of their families. Very well written.


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