Friday, May 29, 2015

It's a downer..

I try not to complain too much.
I am a person that TRIES to see the good in everything.
So when I complain to my best friend that I hate the fact that T and I are so far away from family. 
You know something is up.
The marine corps has done a lot of wonderful things for our family.
It has given T his passion and has shown him exactly what he wants to do.
It's given us the chance to see a different part of the world. 
And we have met a lot of wonderful and awful different kinds of people. 
But the one thing that has always bothered me is the fact that our families are so wide spread now.
Which T and I save up to visit home at least for Christmas.
So when we found out that, A. I was pregnant and B. haha, I'm also due around christmas 
(not really but still it's close enough Dec 1)
Well we started seeing a lot of snags.
Questions started beaming through my mind a million miles a second.
What about a baby shower?
Will family be able to see our little creation? ((in person?))
Should we still go home? ((the answer to that is NO))
Are we going to be alone when the baby comes? ((the answer to that one is also NO)) ((hehe))
And so many more. 
But being the person I am, I AM trying to look on the bright side of things. 
Who needs a baby shower when you have a best friend that comes up with crazy things like "Baby shower in a box" and other wild things.
And the fact that both sides of our family was asking to plan for them to come visit as soon as they found out. I had nothing to worry about! 
I guess I forgot to remember that T and I have such a loving group of family and friends that I wouldn't have to worry about little simple things such as that. Because even if my family is miles away, they still send their love in various ways. 
And I can't complain about that.