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2-18-2011 @ 11:56AM
When you're in the military for any length of time, you get itchy when you sit still. My dad was in the Air Force, and since we moved every few years, it became habit. To this day, every three years or so I get a wild hair to go out and do SOMETHING, anything, to shake things up a little. Maybe he wanted to continue his military career, put in for an assignment overseas or something. Maybe the thought of moving didn't sit well with her. It's very easy in the first stages of love to gloss over these concerns. "Oh, everything is perfect right now, why complicate it?" Eventually, though; they surface.You should get better glasses before you start reading between lines.
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