Are you mad at me? I haven’t written a blog post in a very long time. Thank you for continuing to comment, follow me on instagram, tweet to me, and be my friend while I get my shit together. I’ll catch you up on a few of the things I’ve been doing and then we’ll keep moving forward, one foot in front of the other.
CAREER/EDUCATION: I’m officially, Fakefrenchgirl, MPH, CPH now. I finished my master’s degree (finally) and got certified in public health. This was by far the hardest thing I’ve ever done in my entire life. Can you imagine studying for a huge exam, raising three kids, and working 40 hours a week? I did that shit. And I am so damn proud of myself.
TRAVEL: Since the last time I’ve blogged, our family has been to Venice, Italy and Berlin, Germany and I went to Malta by myself. You’ve probably seen a few of my pictures on my instagram. I’ll probably be blogging more about that in the next couple of weeks. In November we’ll be going to Barcelona (unless the military says we aren’t allowed to because of current events) and in January 2018 we’ll be going to Paris.
FAMILY: My dad found me on facebook. I’ve never met him. Never known him. I was actually blogging and pretending everything was normal during this time but this totally fucked me up. I have two yonger sisters I did not know about. I have this whole other family that I’ve never known. And I have a dad. This is totally one of the reasons I completely lost my shit. I’m not sure I want to blog about this yet. Or ever.
MOVING: Yes we are moving again. We are scheduled to move in February 2018. If this is your first time reading my blog, we’re a military family and we move every 3 years or so. Where are we going? I don’t know. When will we know? I don’t know. What are our choices? Virginia, WA State, Japan, San Diego, Florida or wherever the Navy needs my husband. Is it frustrating? Yes. But no matter how much I complain, it’s still going to happen.
SO… here’s to new beginnings, more travel, more consistent blog posts and a tiny bit of optimism. Again, thank you for always being incredibly kind to me. I’ll talk to you again in a few days. Au Revoir