For the past 3 years or so, I have enjoyed sharing my adventures with you all. I'm not going away, I will keep continuing to sharing our adventures and what we are up to but things will be changing in 2018. First of all, if you haven't noticed yet, this blog is no longer being called "I Do & Adieu". While I loved having my blog called that, things are changing and my needs for this blog are changing as well.
I've been struggling with religion for a while. When I was really little, I remember going to a small country church in the woods. I don't remember much. Mainly Easter egg hunting in a white dress. I must have been 5 or 6 because I don't really remember my sister being about of the memory. After that church, my family switched back to the church my parents were married in, Carrboro Baptist Church. It was within walking distance from our house. It was in the center of our town near Franklin Street and the playground of it backed up to my favorite Chinese restaurant. The side of the restaurant that faced the church had a mural that depicted the garden of Eden. I still remember the controversy over it showing Adam and Eve in leaves.
A few weeks ago I found out about Military Spouse Of The Year. It was started by Military Spouse Magazine to recognize the important contributions from military spouses. I had mentioned it to my husband but didn't much of it. I didn't realize it at the time but he had nominated me for this. When he nominated me he also left a really sweet message. I was really touched when he nominated me.
This post has been provided by an anonymous guest writer. The day was a few months ago, but is still fresh in my mind. Our daughter took my hand after church and looked up at me as we headed to urgent care for a uncharacteristic sudden stomach pain and said, “Mom. Thanks for always taking… Continue reading Parenting Solo For The Military Spouse