On April 1, 2005 I found out I was 5 weeks prego with my daughter Niya. lol Try calling your family to tell them you are pregnant, no one believed me.
Today, April 1, 2009, My husband will be promoted to Master Sergeant (E-8) with 15 years in the United States Army. I am very happy! I wish I could be there to pin his rank on! Unfortunately, I can’t be because of his current location but I am with him in spirit and heart.
I know I don’t talk about life out of Diabetes much but I have to share with you all a bit of information. My Husband is in the United States Army. Gosh, I love saying that. It’s powerful to see my husband go from daddy, husband civilian to a soldier. I am tearing up while I am writing this post. I remember seeing a discussion at TuDiabetes, What would you rather have than Diabetes. I can honestly say….being a diabetic isn’t hard to me, it’s a way of life! it’s a routine. Now, if you ask me about being a Army wife that’s a different story. It isn’t easy. The fear of the unknown can sometimes beat me up but I am a praying Army wife and I pray everyday for my Husband’s safe return. Diabetes is a piece a cake in my opinion when it’s up against my husband’s life.
IF you are reading this Scott. I love you, I am proud of you, your my hero and you deserve it! Congrat’s MSG Shockley! You ROCK!
Can’t wait for you to come home so we can celebrate.