Dear seascape readers….
I have very mixed feelings about the news I have to report. Jason called me from work this morning. When he calls me during the day it is never good news.
Just some background and some of you know I have only been in Connecticut less than a month, about three weeks. We are getting our new bedroom furniture delivered tomorrow. I have found a church that I absolutely love…and somewhat already become attached. Making plans for the future somewhat nothing permanent. Just talk, tentatively setting dates. The town is lovely, the people are wonderful and have been so nice to me as I learn my way around town. Now.
So I get a call today. There is a good possibility that we will be moving again. Not right away. But in the next few months. To another duty station where Jason will be not in the clinic where he is operating now. I am not sure how I feel. I know what I have to do, I know I have to say hey, thats the NAVY life Baby! I am just surprised I guess. Now what to do…
I guess I am going to take it one step at a time. One day at a time. Jason is here, Bailey is here. I have found a community of people in the meantime, with the the church and I am getting in touch with the local NAMI. Hopefully I can figure out. How to cope. How to be in this world of the NAVY. He is used to it. He has done it for years. But it has always just been him, his truck and his seabag. Now it is us. We have a family. We are being moved around all over the country every other year, Maryland to San Diego to Connecticut….now who knows? All I know is want to be with Jason, and support him and his career. I need to figure out how to support myself at the same time.