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Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Day Six

Today's Word: Exhausted. I am just dragging. Mostly because I worked today and it was super busy.

Buuut I think a large part of it has to do with this cute guy (yes, that's Dexter with a headband on). He thinks waking me up at 5:30am every morning is fun. He just decides "Time to get up!" and I hear him trot to my side of the bed and start pawing at me and growling. I know he can hold his pee for a long time... I know. It's like, since Brandon left, he decided I need to get up for PT now.

I'm kind of tired of not talking to Brandon. We spoke a bunch last Friday and then I went a few days without talking to him. Yesterday he wrote on my FB wall and we chatted a bit, then today, the same thing. But I want to have a conversation with him, you know? I have so much to tell him! I know, I'm asking a lot and I knew he wouldn't have much communication where he is for now... but I can hope, right? More than telling him stuff, I want to hear about him. I want to make sure he's feeling ok emotionally, physically and mentally. I want to hear about his days. I want to even know what he's doing!

What I've been doing? Work, trying to find templates for this newsletter, writing travel articles, watching Netflix. Tomorrow, it's the dog beach!

Oh, I found out my Nanny's house has dial-up *gulp*. I dunno what I'll do for internet when I'm in Canada... I mean, I committed to blogging each day, so I might be blogging from my phone! Or I might get Verizon internet for a bit and can have Wi-Fi. I'd really like to be connected because by that time I hope I can video chat with Brandon regularly.

How are you guys doing? I'm thinking if I get to 50 followers, I'll have some sort of contest. So keep your eyes open!


  1. Have fun in Canada! I hope you can post. Love your blog. :)

  2. I was the same way when my husband first deployed. I had SO much to tell him and I could only talk to him for a few minutes every few days.
    Now, at the end of the deployment, we run out of stuff to talk about because he mainly can't tell me what's going on over there and besides, I have really boring days. LOL.

    Hang in there, hope you can post from Canada! :)


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