.. is a hard thing to do.
Heck, being a blogger in general is tough... taking pictures of everything, thinking of new post ideas all day, sponsor or not to sponsor... I mean, I can go all day.
But let's add military wife to that mix, and you have a whole different ball game.
Why is that? because your husband is constantly gone and sometimes you really want to write about it, but letting the internet world know that you're home alone without your husband is not the smartest thing to do. In fact, that's a big reason the pilot doesn't like me publishing fun facts about our personal lives. He also doesn't enjoy photos of him being shared to the blog world (but we're working on getting over that.)
I get it.
I also know a majority of you reading this aren't going to break into my home and steal my dog.
Hey, she's cute. It could very well happen at any time.
But me, being in the news/watching way too many crime shows, I know how crazy some people can be. It's a scary world out there and you never know what someone will do to get what they want. I sound like my mom right now so I'll stop.
Here's my point: I love following other military wives/girlfriends out there in blog land. Granted, I've only been a wife for two months now, but meeting or getting to know another military spouse, we always just click. We get it. We know what the other person is going through. It's a community that's there for you no matter what. BUT when you share too much information about your significant other who's deployed that puts them in danger. If something were to happen (which we pray won't) someone could use that information against them. It could delay their homecoming. It could do a lot of things that I can't write about. I know I sound like a crazy blogger, but it's happened before. That's why it's important to know.
Ok I'm done. God bless the USA and happy Sunday!