My first blog award! I’m touched! The Versatile Blogger Award was bestowed on me today, thanks to Florida Girl at
1. Thank and link back to who gave you the award.
2. Share 7 things about yourself.
3. Pass it along to blogs you’ve recently discovered and enjoyed.
4. Leave the recipients a note telling them about the award.
7 Things About Myself
*I have a good amount in common with my award giver, which is why I enjoy reading her blog! She’s around my same age and she got married a month before DH and I did. She just started her family this year, and I’m hoping to do the same!
*All of the hanging clothes in my closet are organized in color order. I even have DH doing it because he’s used to my system. Bwah ha ha!
*I have a ridiculous amount of kitchenware, thanks to an old obsession with vintage 50’s stuff and an old part-time job at Williams-Sonoma. It took one mover 6 hours to pack up my entire kitchen.
*I could spend 30+ minutes doing my makeup but have no patience for my hair. I don’t want to bother drying it all. I suck at styling and don’t bother.
*I waitressed for 9 years at a 50’s/60’s surf diner and worked at Jamba Juice for 4 years. I can make you a milkshake or a smoothie, no problem. I could even make you an egg cream, if’n you liked!
*As a child, I was mediocre at a lot of things, rather than being really good at one thing. I dabbled in it all – Girl Scouts, little league baseball, tap, jazz, water polo, softball, choir, soccer, etc.
*I’ve always been pretty good at handicrafts. My mom taught me to sew and my machine was the last gift she ever gave me. I have a you-know-what ton of vintage 30’s/40’s/50’s patterns that I can’t part with, as well as fabric, despite the fact that I haven’t sat down to sew in a long time.
My Award Winners
Steph @ Watching Airplanes – Steph is going through the same stuff I am right now, namely a DH who just went from active duty to reserves. Looking forward to reading about her experience with the transition!
Holly @ Life as a Navy Wife & Everything Else – Holly’s another milspouse struggling with fertility issues. She’s also very outspoken, which is a characteristic I can relate to and appreciate!
Meagan @ Adapting to Change – Meagan’s another milspouse teacher and I like meeting others like me. 🙂
I’m a 31 year old Navy sister, Army wife - Air Force wife to a prior service Marine/Soldier, and an Air Force Reservist. I am a happy wife and mother. My husband switched branches and joined me in the Air Force Reserve. We look forward to a future of dual military service!