Saturday, November 8, 2008

It must be love.....

Justin has been so busy at work that I haven't gotten an e-mail in about a week. So here I am sitting at my computer when I get 2! The first one was him telling me how busy he has been and that hes way ahead but that it comes with a price (no sleep). And here is the second one. My eyes are still teary. I love him so much and its the times like this that I remember that he feels the same way I do about him.

Hey KK-
I was thinking today, of what day I think is the best day of my life. There are many days that came to mind where we did really fun stuff, did exciting stuff, went on vacation. But the day I think is the best one of my whole life is a very simple, laid back day. The day I love the most is my boot camp graduation day, I feel like that day marks the day when we really became a family, and set out on our own journey together. I really love you and miss you so much. I look at everything we have accomplished and how good our lives are and I know that you are my one and only true love and that we were meant to be together and will always be together forever. Our son is so smart and well behaved because we both have taken the time to teach him manners and numbers and letters. I look at that picture of us laying on the bed at the hotel and the one of us outside the hotel and I know that we have the best family in the world and that as long as we stick together we can get through anything. I thank you for supporting me and being strong for me when I need it. I thank you for knowing where I put my stuff. But most of all I thank you for loving me. Our family is the bestest.

Love Justin….husband and father forever.

One of the pictures he is talking about is the one that I just happened to put up as my header just a few days ago. For some reason we were both thinking the same thing at the same time.


Ana said...

Hey, I linked here through someone else's blog. My hubby's a submariner, too, and I live for emails like this! He's home right now, but going out again soon, so thanks for the reminder of what I have to look forward to. Underways are lousy, but they have their really bright spots, too.

P.S. We met while he was in sub school there at Groton, so reading your blog has made me all nostagic for our time there.