We interrupt your (ir)regularly scheduled programming to bring you this exciting announcement:
I’m guest blogging over at The Annoyed Army Wife today!
I was so thrilled – not to mention flattered – that Michelle asked me to write a post for her. I admire the stark honesty and down-to-Earth realism of her blog, not to mention the way she engages her readers.
Her husband, OccDoc, recently returned from a seven-month deployment to Afghanistan, so while the two of them are making up for lost time, Michelle asked me to write about my own reintegration experiences and offer up some advice for the newly reunited.
I did it the way I do everything: with a bit of sarcasm. Here’s a preview of :
Remember all that work you did over the past six, three or even just one month to look and feel fantastic when you greeted your soldier? We all do it. It’s as good an excuse as any other – better even – to lose some weight and get in shape.
Well, say buh-bye to your new body, because it only takes about two weeks of celebrating, eating out and vacationing before your pants start to get tight again. Not to mention the other people (I’m looking at you, Mom) who want to feed your returning hero as a way of welcoming him back.
Because clearly everyone needs three desserts at one sitting.
I love Italians.
Now get on over to The Annoyed Army Wife and check out the rest. Go on!