Tuesday, September 8, 2009

I Can See Clearly Now...

*sings* the rain is gone.

Ok, that was my randomness for today. After my minor freak out yesterday and calmly telling Hubs what happened he called his supervisor. They went up the lovely Chain of Command and today once Hubs gets off work Chief and Hubs are making a trip to the Finance office together.

So for now, I can breathe a sigh of relief.

On a sadder note Hubs switched to mids and his first night was last night. It was weird. I mean it was WONDERFUL not being pushed and shoved off the bed, and I got all pillows to myself. But it was weird not waking up to him.

I'm really going to buckle down and get a much school work done as fast as I can so I can be done and start working. I'm doing really well (I think) but I wish I could have been done yesterday.

Little A has hit a very very whiny stage in her life...NOTHING is every good enough for that little one. But it is very cute to watch her try and figure things out on her own.

Well, today it is back to the real world. No more BBQ's and hanging out with friends. I hope everyone had a fabulous Labor Day weekend!


Kat said...

See! Everything will work out. That is one thing I have learned in 7 years of military life. Freaking out? Yeah it gets you nowhere fast. Chain of Command, they are your friend.

Oh how I love mids...this is how I figure it. I get roughly the same amount of time with hubs cause he wakes up around 3-4pm ish (which is when he is SUPPOSED to get home from work, I say supposed cause he is normally home at 5-6, when he is on days) and then he spends all evening with me and the girls, then he goes to work I go to sleep. I get the bed to myself the pillows to myself and all the things that were wonderful about sleeping before I fell in love got all married and yakity shmackity. Then he is home in the mornings by the time I get home from dropping off LaLa at school. Make him food, and he is off to bed. Lather. Rinse. Repeat.

JG said...

Glad you are getting things straightened out. I hope you had a great holiday weekend!