SafeInYourArmsTonight

I'm Natalia:3 I'm a college student finishing an English degree and working on moving up in life. <3 My better half serves in the United States Navy, and I'm extremely proud and supportive:)

these-times-shall-pass:

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earthdad:

hello ma’am i came a long way to give u a flower and to tell u how pretty u r today

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mattandrachel2014:

Let the letters to tech school begin! 😊

mattandrachel2014:

Let the letters to tech school begin! 😊

“Here are some tips to make military love stronger (following a deployment):
-Don’t be anxious to get back to everyday life
-Allow for re-adjustment
-Become acquainted again
-Respect the different person he or she may have become
-Don’t try to make up for lost time
-Accept that things may be different
-Don’t have unrealistic expectations
-Talk to each other openly and listen with empathy
-Don’t be surprised if your sex life is uneasy at first
-If you have children be open and reassuring
-Spend quality time with your partner and as a family
-Don’t be controlling or manipulative
-Learn to make decisions together again
-Keep the faith; you need each other now more than ever.”

—   Allie Ochs, “How to Welcome Your Soldier Home” via militarymama.net (via amilitarylove)
navywifedeploymentdiary:

8 months of marriage with my favorite person. Even if we’ve spent 6 of them apart, I wouldn’t change it for the world. Love you, always.

navywifedeploymentdiary:

8 months of marriage with my favorite person. Even if we’ve spent 6 of them apart, I wouldn’t change it for the world. Love you, always.

Why Your 20s Are Actually The Best Time To Be In A Long-Distance Relationship

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100soft:

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100soft:

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