My secret dream since I was 17 has been to join the military. I never joined because of my weight. Now I'm almost 30 and have been obese for too long. I finally got tired of being fat. I am currently changing my eating habits, exercising, and losing weight. Just being healthier is my ultimate goal, but being physically able to join the military would be nice. I want to teach my children to follow their dreams. Would you do it?
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Asked by Anonymous at 3:29 PM on Aug. 6, 2009 in Just for Fun
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Honey,its never too late to follow your dreams. My best friend husband rejoined the Army at 40,but,he did it for the wrong reason, they had 6 kids and couldn't make it,so he rejoined the Army,so the military could pay for their housing,utilities,but,in 2004,the military changed their allotment,so,now they have to pay bills ,just like me.I think they get 1700 a month for housing.
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