Anyway, we made it to North Carolina! My lovely east coast! We've been here for just over a month and I'm just getting around to write any sort of post about it. And it will likely be a very long time before I post again, so you're just going to have to re-read this post over and over again to fill your lives with joy (for now).
We're living in a small town outside of Ft. Bragg. Daniel is a medical service officer on post and if you have any more questions about that, you'll have to ask him. Or leave them in written form and I can ask him and then respond. All the other wives around here know about ten thousand more acronyms than I do (acronyms are the way you can determine how much someone knows about the army) and they want to know more about his work and I say, "paperwork... medics... he was a business major..." and then they stop talking to me because they think I'm an idiot. It's pretty great.
So here we are in our little starter home (that I'm not going to post pictures of because I'm still unpacking and cleaning from our camping trip) enjoying life as adults! Well, not REAL adults since we don't have kids. But Harley is like a kid, so we're pseudo-adults.
I mentioned a camping trip. That's because we went camping! For my birthday (and luckily it was Veteran's Day weekend) we headed to Carolina Beach and camped... on the beach! Harley had a good time smelling (and eating) everything and we enjoyed some time relaxing and being together. Daniel works 12-14 hour days, so any time he has off is great.
I'm helping out with the 2-3 year old kids at church and Daniel helps with the 12-13 year old boys, so we basically do the same thing on Sundays.
Here are some pictures from our camping trip!
Our sweet setup on the beach
Harley thinks she's a people... and we love her!