I am a military wife and i of course will be thrilled to soon visit other states and even countries, learn about different cultures and experience different life styles. How ever i am not so sure our children will share the same feelings, all i can think is that they will think i am horrible for moving them away from all their friends and what they know here.
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I was a military child. I was used to travelling and wish now as an adult I could travel more. I got to see different culturesand see the world differently. I am happy and well adjusted. It was not easy moving ( I hate moving now) but looking back I loved my life. Moving is never fun as a child or an adult. It is the most stressful things in life, along with other things ( divorce, wedding, death, etc) and if anything it gave me a greater appreciation in life.
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Answer by Xynyth at 10:29 AM on Aug. 28, 2008Credits: 2659 Level 16
Army brat and now Army wife. By the time I entered high school, I had been in 17 different school. I speak 6 languages fluently and my passport reads like an atlas LOL...I wouldnt change it for the world. Ive been places people only dream of- seen and been on both sides of the Berlin Wall, before it was torn down, was there when it DID come down...Ive seen people standing in lines to get a small portion of bread and then come home and eat a full meal- and really appreciate being an American and an Army Brat! Moving is in my blood. I grew up this way I can pack a 4 bedroom in less than 24 hrs and have it loaded on a truck ready to go, with out my husband there to help!
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