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Surviving Separation: Time Left

Posted by Hallee on Jul 16, 2010 in Love, Surviving separation

Gregg calls where he is the weirdest timezone on the planet. It isn’t 8 hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time. Or 9 hours ahead. It’s 8½ hours ahead.

Not always easy to calculate on the fly. I’ve gotten good at it, but it’s easier for me to calculate forward than it is for him to calculate backward.

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The Best Husband on the Planet

Posted by Hallee on Jun 8, 2010 in Holy matrimony, Love, Marriage, Surviving separation

So, a couple of weeks ago, he told me that he mailed me a box and he couldn’t wait for me to get it. (For you new visitors to my blog, Gregg is in Afghanistan.) He just doesn’t have time or opportunity to mail a lot of boxes, so I was excited. For him to have purchased something for me, and be able to work time into his schedule to actually mail it was very intriguing. When I got the box today, it was very small, and my anticipation of what was inside was further piqued.

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Surviving Separation: Your Face

Posted by Hallee on Feb 26, 2010 in Love, Marriage, Surviving separation

This is part five in a series about surviving separation from your spouse. When Gregg and I first met, it was 357 miles from his driveway to mine. Right before we were married, his National Guard unit was activated and he moved from Anniston, AL, to Birmingham, AL, to prepare for deployment. This made the distance right around 330 miles.

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Guest Post: Household 6 Diva’s Surviving Separation: Know Your Vehicle

Posted by Hallee on Jan 14, 2010 in Life, Marriage, Surviving separation

Surviving Separation… Know your Vehicle

Here is a list of some important things to remember while your spouse is deployed or away for an extended period of time.

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Surviving Separation: Prayer

Posted by Hallee on Dec 2, 2009 in Christian Faith, Holy matrimony, Love, Marriage, Prayer, Surviving separation

This is part four in a series about surviving separation from your spouse.

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Surviving Separation: Snail Mail

Posted by Hallee on Nov 24, 2009 in Love, Marriage, Romance, Surviving separation

Despite the convenience of this glowing screen in front of me to communicate in an instant, or within a minute or fourteen minutes with my husband, there is still absolutely nothing like receiving a letter in the mail.

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Surviving Separation: Your Voice

Posted by Hallee on Nov 7, 2009 in Love, Marriage, Surviving separation

It’s awesome. If I’m thinking about something and I’m driving, I can just give him a quick call and have a one-sided conversation. The kids call and tell him goodnight or good morning. If I want to just have some connection with him, I call and listen to his voice on the message then leave him a message.

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Surviving Separation: Sharing a Cup of Coffee

Posted by Hallee on Oct 30, 2009 in Marriage, Romance, Surviving separation

This is part one in a series about surviving separation from your spouse…One of our ways of surviving this separation is to enjoy the typical, normal, standard day-to-day things together – like a good cup of coffee.

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