It is an interesting job. Training has been good, but I am ready to go home.
One benefit of the job, it's ever changing. You just never know what is coming up next.
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I am 12 hours away from home, in Mississippi. It is nice here on the Gulf, been keeping busy, but missing family.
I try to video chat with them several times a week, that helps, and Memorial Day weekend, they are coming down, and Grandson will stay until I leave.
It is interesting to be in a class of 5 adults all away from family. We become like our own little family.
Go to lunch, the beach, fishing trips, or catch a movie. I always liked the military for that main reason, everyone pulls together.
My depression is still lingering in the back, but I have been able to keep it at bay for the most part. Sometimes you just have to let the beast out and flex it's muscles. I've started to realize that it's more about how you handle that time and to make sure it doesn't handle you. I have become pretty good at putty the cork back on the bottle.
I am moving for work. My hubby is dragging his feet, doesn’t want to move. He won’t even try to look for a job. I am sure he will get something if he would just apply. I think it’s just over whelming me. I can’t do it all by myself. I called and got in to talk with my therapist, she gave me some ideas to try and get through to him. I will get through this, I always do.