Friday, November 27, 2009

Lessons From Deployment

When Jason was first deployed I really struggled with the Navy pretty much taking all of his time. I was looking back in my journal the other day, and near the beginning of his deployment I saw some entries where I was pretty mad at the Navy. I'll be honest, I had some pretty bad attitudes about it, which I'm NOT proud about at all! As I kept reading I saw how I began to slowly realize that if I wanted Jason, then I'd have to learn to deal with the Navy, and that the best thing for me to do was to walk closer with God and to focus on others instead of myself. Mainly I had to learn to cherish even more the time that I did have with him, and make the most of it. Did that always take away the ache of missing him? no! But it DID make our time together more precious and times apart less stressful.
Pretty much up until we say our "I do's" our relationship will be this way, because even once he comes back to the states we will both still be in school, and schedules will still vary.
On my own, I would probably throw in the towel and say, "Forget it! I can't do this!" But with God's help I know that what I'm doing is right, and in the end it will be worth it all.

3 comments:

Jason A. Hunsicker said...

I'm glad that God was able to teach you this lesson Hannah.

I know I will do my best to be there for you in this. And I will be praying.

Elizabeth J. said...

I'll be praing for you!

P.S. I think the new background is cute.=)

bug said...

Thanks for the prayer from both of you!! I really appreciate them.
I'm glad that you like my new backgroud! :)