TheDomesticGoddess
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Welcome to my world! I am an army wife, mom, friend, and neurotic all packed into one...love me or hate me but I can guarantee you that I'm pretty fun to be around! Join me as I talk about my journeys through life(and many states)!
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Is it break up time here or what?(I hope)
Monday, February 18, 2008 @ 1:32 PM


So this morning my husband let me know that it must be getting warmer here because the snow is starting to melt. I, of course, got all excited and had to look. The dreariness of the Alaska winter has gotten to me to the point where depression sets in and all you look forward to is what Alaskans call "break up". I have noticed that since this is our first winter here that people, like us, who aren't from here stay hibernated in their homes and when summer hits the people that you thought just moved in come out of their cozy homes to greet everyone. This happens every year so I'm told. I can't stand it an I don't know why people love it here so much. I guess because its beautiful scenery but that gets old after awhile and what else do you do? Well, I know that people who love to hunt, fish, camp, and ski would be paradise for them but what do the other people do? I guess we hibernate with the rest til "break up" hits then we look forward to summer where we have 22 hour daylight.

Well, I can't say much about living here but this is where the army sends us and my husband is pretty much the army's b@tch so to speak (sorry but anyone in the military knows I'm right!) Sometimes I wonder why the military would move families to weird and exotic places.

Oh well, I'm just taking it day by day anxious for us to move back to the good 'ol USA (and btw, this isn't the United States and anyone who has lived here knows that!)
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