Posted by Sailorgirlfriend.com on Wednesday, May 28, 2014,
I recently bought a watch for the first time in many years. I haven't worn a watch since high school. I forgot that usually the band is too big for me so instead of going to a shop to get it fixed, I decided to buy a home kit for $8 online and do it myself. Here is a video of how I removed the extra space on my watch band for the first time below:
Posted by Sailorgirlfriend.com on Tuesday, December 31, 2013,
I am 33 weeks and 6 days pregnant and am getting closer to hitting full term. For the last couple of months, I've been going to my ob/gyn office every 2 weeks (which is normal at this stage) and pretty soon, I'll have to bump it up to once a week.
My husband has been very supportive and always wants to go to my doctor visits with me. It's reassuring to him as well, to see the ultrasounds, hear the heart beats and making sure I'm healthy and nothing is wrong, directly from the doctors themselv... Continue reading ...
Posted by Sailorgirlfriend.com on Saturday, December 28, 2013,
Sometimes I am so overwhelmed by how much I love my husband. He's the person I live for and the reason why I want to live for as long as I can. I fear death because I fear losing him. I love being around him and am so blessed to have him in my life as my partner.
I really appreciate my husband a lot. He works long hours for his job and spends every waking moment with me and thinks of me so much. We've been married for 13 months now and I feel our love just continues to grow as we grow up toge... Continue reading ...
Born and raised in San Diego, the publisher is a wife of a Navy veteran and has a passion for sharing knowledge and ideas to help other girlfriends, fiances and wives.
She started this blog when she was still just a girlfriend of her sweet navy sailor. After dating for 1 year and 4 months, the sailor proposed to her and they got married 7 months later. He got out of the military 3 months after they wed, when his contract ended. Her husband served in the navy for 10 years.