Thursday, March 25, 2010

Ode to the Internet

One never really realizes how much they lean on something until it is gone.
The beauty goes unnoticed, it's value ignored, until it disappears.
Oh Internet! How I have missed you!
Your helping hand when I am in doubt, the gift of laughter Youtube brings, the joy of reading my friend's Facebook satus.
How did I ever live without you?!

Well, I did.

And it sucked.

The computers on base have been KIA lately, I won't even start on a complain train about the situation at my in-laws.

Things are going quite smoothly. It kind of has me worried. Right now, though, I'm enjoying it.
In other news, I've been playing Final Fantasy IX, loving it, and drooling over every single Final Fantasy XII commercial and/or display I see. Come Christmas, if I don't have it by then, I'm going to get a little random job anywhere I can get one and buy it (PS3 included)! Buwahahahaha!
Which brings to mind a request for my friends and family: If any one comes across a Chocobo pattern to make a stuffed animal please send it/or the link my way.
My husband is obsessed with them. Keeping that in mind I'm going to make him one; I'm still working out the details and kinks. Hopefully I can figure it out by May 1st.

For those of you who are interested my itenerary for life is as follows: Pass through Georgia and pick up stuff on our way to Texas. Get a house/appartment/TLF room. GET INTERNET! Train, work, train. Move to San Antonio. Fly to Fairchild for 2 days (Jesse, not me). Back to Charleston.
For my Pals at O.C. that means I can visit at some point.

As of right now, things are still in the mix. Offices are waiting for eachother to make the first move. I'm still living out of a suitcase 6 months into my Marriage. I'll be happy when this is all over and is fond memory rather than daunting future.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

rainy day

Today started out super promising. Everything was going well, I got everything done, made my husband feel loved and awesome.
Now I sit at the computer with a twisted right hand, a little bit of sad, a husband who is not so charming and happy as he was earlier, and it started raining after all the cool spring day was swallowed up by dark clouds.
I know it won't stay gloomy; it's not even really that dark. After the warm happy this feels like a snow ball in the face.

Turns out that Jesse and I will be in Wichita Falls for around 4 months for the next part of his training and I've already got the ok to visit my pals at O.C! Yay!
We'll be out of here and off the net until we get all set up in Texas. Until that day comes, blessings and peace to your hearts, minds, and souls.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

sharp pointies

No pictures because of borrowed internet. However, at least I can get information out to you guys.
Today was somewhat eventful. I found out that some language learning programs are migraines in a package, if Tricare cooperates the hospital wont, and that Jesse's training will be in 4 or 5 places during the next year. To add a shiny read cherry to the top of information overload Jesse is teaching me how to sharpen knives and I rented the cartoon series Gatchaman; I used to watch it when I was little, 'bout 6 or 7? (whenever mom and dad got cable when we lived in Clifton).
The Base Library computers have something against Facebook. So I'm really glad for my Blog right now.
Today is Chance's birthday, I'm sad that I can't be there. I hope it's wonderful for him.

Monday, March 8, 2010

Alive... for now

I'm comming to you from the free internet that can be found at a base library. Yay!
Jesse and I are alive, no car accidents, flat tires, sudden explosions, or amushes by the landscape to speak of. It was actually a super boring trip minus the time we spend with Family and Friends along the way.
Jesse finds out today what 'could possibly' happen to us next. [sarcasm] I just loooove not knowing where I'm going to be sleeping three days from the present. [/sarcasm]
Anyhoooo, I'll be sure to give an update on that ASAP.

Oh and I got lost in the MedGroup building. It's almost as bad as calling a bank's 800 number. Computers everywhere for you to sign in or up or down or your organs away: Everywhere. Living human being who can assist you in finding the Gynocology front desk and maybe answer a few questions: Nowhere in sight. Then I got uncomfortable with my own awkwardness and the sounds of sick people so I left without getting any information. So I'm going to call their help line later and figure out how to do a T-con (telephone consult) with someone. ....Yeah....
Later Days.