I guess the blog is a hit thus far. I was surprised to see comments! How exciting! So, you might notice I changed the template. I would like to take credit for the design, but they just give you choices. Maybe someday I will design our own...after many classes!!
Anyway, I am planning on making a list of some common Army acronyms so when we post something in Army language our civilian family & friends can make sense of it. (I thought that would be nice because the large majority of you are civilians!!)
Brad was in the field last night, he called this morning and was tired, but ok. I didn't hear a single "bump in the night." Which is pretty amazing for me! Brad's asthma wasn't bothering him. He started taking singulair over the weekend and hope that will do the trick for him. This afternoon I am going to Key Caller training so I can be a contact during deployment for the FRG. (Family Readiness Group). The FRG is mainly useful during deployments to keep the families informed of what is going on with their spouse. I would like to be as involved in it as possible. The key caller training will basically tell me not to get caught up in rumors, and how to verify what is happening. Apparently the Army is worse than a Baptist church when it comes to rumors! Who would've guessed??
Well, I am going to put dinner in the Crock Pot and get ourselves all cleaned up and ready for the day. (I know it's late, but don't forget the time change!)