airforce boyfriend

What’s great about love letters are that someone writes how much they love you in a single sheet of paper that they wouldn’t say in person so then you can read over and over again just like falling in love with them over again without needing them to be there physically with you in your mind while reading this sheet of paper you can hear their voice reading it to you and its like a part of them will always be there with you because they expressed their true feelings for you in a letter
—  Arlene Madrid
I'm a military girlfriend.

alright to all the girls & guys out there that say military girlfriends are selfish for saying we are better then most girlfriend is not true. we are 99% of the time more loyal then regular girlfriends. we wait weeks, months, years for one kiss. but that kiss is worth years of waiting. that coming home hug is worth the wait. we wear his hoodie for comfort. we don’t know if he will come home alive. we will stay up late waiting for your call. we will go to sleep early every night & wake up late every morning but we still never feel like we got sleep. your boyfriend belongs to you. my boyfriend belongs to the military. you complain you haven’t seen him in a few hours. I go months on end without seeing him. you haven’t heard from him in a couple hours? I haven’t heard from him in weeks. you’ll get mad & ignore his call ? I would do anything for just 5 minutes to hear him. you take him for granted, I don’t. so the next time you call a military girlfriend selfish?? think about what I just said.

I’m so glad to have such a beautiful person to spend my life with. Through all the hardships and distance put between us we always overcome the obstacles together. Our strength and love is unshakeable and I know we can make it through anything. I’m walking into this with no doubt we will be Ok. I have such an amazing wife. I couldn’t be more thankful. I love you so much, baby. Thank you for living this life with me.
—  Words said by my husband right before he shipped off to Afghanistan
PLEASE

unfollow me if you do not support our troops! I WILL post about my support to them, and I will post about how thankful I am for their bravery and sacrifice. 

If you hate war, okay. Hate the WAR then. Hate what some people are doing to THEIR OWN PEOPLE. That’s fine, but don’t you dare hate our soldiers, the people who risk their lives every day for us, and the reason we have our freedom. 

And my goodness, PLEASE feel free to go do their job for them if you think you can do it better. Truth is, all of your little hateful internet comments would do you no good in the REAL world. You seem real brave on the internet, but I bet you anything that you would not say those things to a soldier’s face, especially one who had just gotten back from a deployment where he went through hell, and now suffers from PTSD because of it. 

Or hey, what about a soldier who lost their life trying to protect yours?? Would you still be disrespectful and call him/her names even though they are dead? I guess you could take a trip to a graveyard if you wanted too. 

Better yet, since you love to defend them so much - go talk to a terrorist and see if he cares what you have to say… Oh wait. He’d blow your brains out before you even got a chance. 

Sorry but I’m not sorry if that’s harsh. The bottom line is - I will not tolerate any hateful comments towards U.S. soldiers on my page. And to all of you posting your hateful comments, you should probably reevaluate your “opinions,” or better yet, move to another country since you hate ours so much. 

The end.

They say you know without a doubt when you meet the person you plan to plant a ring on. I think when whoever said that they meant that there is an exact moment that you know you’re going to marry someone. My day just happened to be the day before you left for Texas. My love couldn’t be measured by the raindrops on leaves in the biggest rain forest in the world. My love couldn’t be explained by any words in the dictionary. My love for you is far greater then the number of snowflakes that have ever fallen. And I’m sure that our love could last through a thousand years of pain if it meant that by the end of those years we could simply just look into one another’s eyes and say that we made it.
—  An air force girlfriend