Everything I could have ever imagined.
Last Update: Oct 11, 2019
"A smooth sea never made a skilled sailor" Franklin D. Roosevelt
I've always known I wanted more for my life but never took the innitiative to do anything about it. I've always dreamt of a home on a huge piece of land with children running through the field while I sit with my husband from our big deck listening to the giggles and enjoying the view.
Today, I am engaged to my bestfriend and soulmate, we have a beautiful baby boy, a french bulldog named Cash, two cats named Oliver and Cleo.... However, my spouse rarely gets to enjoy our life at home because he is gone, a lot. I'm not saying that I'm ungrateful for the life that he is providing for our family, I am however angry, and I'm angry because I feel that his job steals him away from us. More times than not my spouse misses big milestones in our sons life, he misses holidays spent with extended family, he misses those quiet nights laying in bed watching movies while our son sleeps, but most of all; we miss him.
If I could describe the way it feels to watch him walk out of our front door for another "hitch" I would, but I can't even put that feeling into words, It sucks, and I absolutely dread the day that our son cries in the front window watching his daddy drive away.
My spouse works in the oilfield in the Snubbing division, he does not have a set schedule just a "I'll see you when I see you next". It is hard, and extremely scary.
I dream of days that he no longer has to leave, that we no longer have to worry about his safety. Did you know that Snubbing is one of the top rated dangerous jobs in the world? I didn't, but now I certainly do and am reminded of that each and every day.
Here at WA, I feel as though I have been granted an opportunity to get one step closer to having my spouse at home because I am generating enough money to allow that. That maybe a door has been opened to something greater for us.I am striving for success, spending my free time researching and building a brand that not only gives me independence.... but also giving my spouse the time he deserves here at home with our family.
Thanks for reading my late night thoughts.