I confess... (mainly cuz I'm bored and it's snowing a ton right now)

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I confess... (mainly cuz I'm bored and it's snowing a ton right now)
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Thu, 01-20-2011 - 3:57pm

I found the Military Wives Confessions and its like the Jerry Springer Show of the internet!

Tricia

 

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Registered: 07-07-2008
I've never heard of it, but it sounds like it would be good for passing time. :)
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Registered: 10-13-2006
Sounds scandlous! We did that a time or two but fron the sounds of it the DMM board must be tame compared to the wives board. LOL
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Well, let's just get it started again right now. Confess your deepest, darkest secrets...or just whatever happens to be on your mind at the moment.


I confess that I've been a having a disturbing dream a lot lately. It's always about my grandpa's passing. A few of you may recall me mentioning that my grandpa passed away in 2006. I was by his side, holding his hand as he drew his last breath. In the dream, I always know that he's on his deathbed, but whether I'm there or not changes. The rest of the dream is always the same. Tom is always with me (he wasn't there when my grandpa actually passed; he was visiting his family in Minnesota on leave), there's always a vision of the receiving line at the visitation (I was part of that), we're always getting ready to bury him, and I wake up crying. I can't figure out why I'm dreaming about this a little over four years after the fact.

I also confess that I really need to go take my shower before Toby wakes up but that my bed is much too warm for me to motivate myself to do so.




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Registered: 07-28-2005

yes... oh yes DMM is and was very tame.

Tricia

 

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I confess that I have a private blog now for myself and Juan since I can't seem to say "NO" to some people about my facebook.

Tricia

 

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Registered: 02-26-2008

I confess that I'm unbelievably nervous about starting a new job (FINALLY!!) on Monday. I've never done what they want me to do (monitoring), but they will train me. Regardless, I really don't want to miss something on the job, as the results are irreversable.

I confess that living together, while wonderful, is a little stifling. Perhaps it's because I have been stuck in this apartment and within a few mile radius since October (every store I could possibly need is no more than 10 miles away!). I only know two other wives, but now that our husbands are home I haven't seen either of them. I love my husband, but I sure can't wait to get out of the house and see some other people. At the very least, I'll be able to have something new to tell him about my day!

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I'd have a private blog for me and Tom too -- if he'd ever read it. The boy seems to prefer e-mail. He's never read a single blog, article, or book I've written -- not even a snippet. But he swears I'm a great writer. How would he know? lol...

I confess that I skipped the shower this morning. I did wash my hair in the sink, but the shower seemed like overkill since I did actually take a bubble bath yesterday afternoon, and Toby kept stirring just enough to make me afraid that I'd step into the shower, get lathered up, and hear "Mama! Mama! Maaaaaaaamaaaaaa!!!!!!!"

I confess that I have no desire to put together a Valentine's Day care package for Tom. Mostly, this is because I have no idea what to send him other than cookies -- which he's already complained about getting so many of. But, I'm also pretty apathetic about care packages in general since he barely thanks me for him (oh, but I'll hear about the stupid cookies his sister sent and how great they were a million times). Throw in that the Valentine's Day package was the one that precipitated a huge fight during the last deployment, and I just honestly cease to care that much about doing it.




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Registered: 07-28-2005

It's ok to be nervous about a new job.

Tricia

 

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Registered: 07-28-2005

Mel,

hmmmm care packages.

Tricia

 

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Registered: 10-13-2006

I confess it's 930 on a friday night and I'm sitting at home on the computer watching a show aimed at teens. I am a 16 year old at heart.

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