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Today I want to write about life lessons. I have been trying to focus on what this deployment is teaching me, and it's made me think about what I have learned from other jobs and life experiences.
Only reinforced the fact that my husband has the incredible ability to demonstrate infinite love and adoration through the shortest, simplest instant messages.
There is a line from Twilight (please don't judge me) "Anticipation so intense it was very nearly pain". That is the best summation of Ranger School. It also convinced me that the anxiety associated with possibly missing phone calls is unbearable for me. Lane and I have talked on the phone once since he left. E-mail and instant messenger work much better for us.
Working at the Pentagon
Sometimes things are exactly as cool as you would imagine they are. Swiping my ID card and walking into that building was exactly as cool as you would think. I also learned the importance of relationships and how small the Army truly is.
Working at Barnes and Noble
People who love books are the best people in the world. You can feel like you've known someone for years just because you share the same preferences about books or have a book you both love.
What are some of the lessons y'all have learned from different jobs or life experiences?