Thursday, August 25, 2011

Making It Work - The Mix

Being in the military, coming in as a soldier's new wife and beginning a dramatically new lifestyle. I had left my home state of Minnesota, and loaded mine and Jason's worldly possessions into semi-trucks and watched as they drove their trucks to my new home in Killeen, Texas, about 5 minutes from the Army Base. Jason and I drove ourselves and made it there in record time. First thing we did was check out my new home. It was perfect. But our belongings were not there yet, so it would be awhile before I could put anything away and do some decorating.  The first day of arriving in Texas I met another Army family Blane and Lucie Karter. Jason had had the option of meeting them before, since he went to BCT with Pv Blane Karter. I agreed that they seemed like a great couple. And so Lucie became on of my closest friends and confidants.

There are, of course, plenty other military familes we have encounter during our time living at Fort Hood. I think it would be an excellent fun thig to do if one person could take one family, and the person writes nibblets of their lives and how each charahcrter acts. I will provide the names - which of course have be hidden so as to protect the real people. I will add quirks about each persons, some history etc, and then you can choose the family to write about. Then you would add a comment saying the post was on your blog.

If you're interested this, let me know. I think it will be loads of fun.

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