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Up into a crystalline blue sky where sunshine pours like honey over family farms stretching to the horizon. But as long as there's been an America, men have fought and died for this place -- as volunteers. Far off, but visible from the plane is A BARN - DAY The barn is unpainted except for hand lettering that says "Mc Cawley Crop Dusting." Another plane noise, this one made by kids, brings us to TWO BOYS, sitting in the shell of an old plane propped on crates, scavenged of it's engine, seats, and wheels. One of my close military wife friends said this to me, and I have never forgotten it. It keeps us sane, it holds things together and it makes us happy and keeps our kids on the right track. It’s a matter of keeping things status quo, so we can handle anything unpredictable (and there’s always a lot of that). Obviously, we have fun and enjoy our children; in fact, they are often the best distraction from tough duty stations. We plan to have our children around the time our husbands will actually be home AND available. ) We plan family vacations and weddings around these schedules as well, and often, they get canceled or postponed. Just because we appear to have it together during tough duty stations (see number 7)…laughing things off and trying to make the best of everything, we are always at our limit. There are times we are raising our kids alone, and we cannot, even if we wanted to, get a hold of our husbands…for weeks. Because when we do deviate from the system, there’s always a huge fallout. I know more than one military couple that eloped after their elaborate wedding was canceled due to a last minute trip. What follows is a recent podcast discussing the unexpected popularity of Sarah’s essay, as well as her newest military wife confessions. Although we have some say over where we live, we don’t have too much.

It releases a trail of crop spray, and climbs again... He's also missing an arm; but the one that's left is potent, and he's shaking Danny with it. Johnson come lookin', said he'd pay a dime for you to shovel his pig shed, and I can't find you no place. And, (see number one) even though it looks like we’re doing great (and sometimes we are…see number 4), sometimes we’re just barely holding on. She said she was married to a man in the military and they got divorced because ultimately, the stress and distance was too much for her and her husband to handle. Don’t ask us to make elaborate plans, take elaborate trips, or do something that you know is going to create stress. We are always getting up in the middle of the night-always taking the dog out-always getting up with the kids-changing every diaper-washing every dish-taking out every trash bag-making every meal tired. There’s not a lot of time to work on or even enjoy the marriage. Just because our husbands aren’t deployed doesn’t mean they are available….which brings me back to number four. Everything’s going great, system is working well, and then, one of your children remembers he hasn’t seen his dad in two weeks. Yes, we knew what we signed up for when we got married. So we take kids to school concerts, sports games and put them to bed at night. Update: This essay has been republished on Scary Mommy as well as

It releases a trail of crop spray, and climbs again... He's also missing an arm; but the one that's left is potent, and he's shaking Danny with it. Johnson come lookin', said he'd pay a dime for you to shovel his pig shed, and I can't find you no place.

And, (see number one) even though it looks like we’re doing great (and sometimes we are…see number 4), sometimes we’re just barely holding on. She said she was married to a man in the military and they got divorced because ultimately, the stress and distance was too much for her and her husband to handle.

Don’t ask us to make elaborate plans, take elaborate trips, or do something that you know is going to create stress. We are always getting up in the middle of the night-always taking the dog out-always getting up with the kids-changing every diaper-washing every dish-taking out every trash bag-making every meal tired. There’s not a lot of time to work on or even enjoy the marriage.

Just because our husbands aren’t deployed doesn’t mean they are available….which brings me back to number four.

Everything’s going great, system is working well, and then, one of your children remembers he hasn’t seen his dad in two weeks. Yes, we knew what we signed up for when we got married. So we take kids to school concerts, sports games and put them to bed at night. Update: This essay has been republished on Scary Mommy as well as

So we have to have an answer for everything, or at least know where to find one, and that amount of stress is deafening. We are happy to help out a friend, do someone a favor, and generally be a good person, of course. The distance, the stress, the overworked and exhausted husbands, the PTSD, or worse, the missed opportunities for husband/wife time all take a toll.