my husband is an rdc here at the naval training center so i am used to him being gone.
we have lived in navy housing before but i want to throw in there that this is the first housing center that gave us a handout on how to protect ourselves IN OUR OWN HOME...
thanks for making me feel safe right after we sign the lease.
fast forward a year, and my son is in his crib sleeping and i am in the livingroom on the computer. i am used to my neighbors going in and out of their back door to smoke so when i hear some shuffling outside i think nothing of it.
then my screen door slides open, i have taken some tylenol pm so i tell myself that its my neighbor and i just THOUGHT it sounded like mine
then the handle starts jiggling
i now look like that person who is in the movie watching the door handle jiggle
then the door opens and the blinds start breaking off, the couch starts getting pushed out of the way. i was just about to make a dash for the kitchen to grab every knife we own when my husband's head pops in.
i would like to add that he wasnt in his usual rdc uniform, had i seen a flash of khaki or a red rope i would have been like 'oh its just phil' but instead the body forcing its way into our house was in all navy (pt sweats) and wearing a base ball cap (pt cap lol).
i kid you not when i say i nearly had a heart attack
how many of you out there go psycho protector? am i the only one who would literally call 911 ONLY AFTER i have murdered the person.
let me tell you what the police would find
a dead person, barely in the house, with every single utensil in our house sticking out of them (including the baby spoons).
i refuse to be that chick in the movie who has a gun but begs the guy to not come any closer!! I WILL BE THE ONE THAT SHOOTS FIRST AND ASKS QUESTIONS LATER!
my husband always says that its his word againt the other person's and if the other person is dead then.....
please tell me i am not crazy in my planning of murdering anyone who dares try to break in and hurt my family.