As an update to my ticket, I went to the MP station yesterday and talked to the MP "in charge" Supposedly I can't contest it with him, but have to fill out some form to do so, blah blah blah. I didn't really catch all of it. I was sure to tell him about the unprofessional attitude from the MP that stopped me and he told me he'd call him in and talk to him about it. I have my doubts if that will actually happen, but maybe he'll actually do what he said. Word on the street from one of the MP's that frequents the USO is that everyone can't stand the dude and basically thinks he's a big douche, so that makes me feel a bit better.
Deployment prep is kicking into high gear. We have a meeting next week, Sean is leaving to train later in the month and we have an idea of when they will be leaving, but nothing is set in stone yet. I had a small set-back the other night. Sean fixed me dinner, we were talking about some paperwork we had to fill out for the deployment and I just cried. I hate looking at a piece of paper that has my husband's funeral wishes on it. It seems so wrong. I hate crying about this in front of him. I need him to know I can do this and so that's one last thing he has to worry about before he leaves.
This part of the Army life really sucks. A lot.
In other news, I'm finally back to regularly working out. With Sean's crazy work schedule and mine I haven't had time the last couple of weeks, but things are somewhat back to normal and I can actually get to the gym. I don't know about you gals, but I feel like crap when I don't work out for extended amounts of time.
As part of my new health kick, we've been eating tons of salads ( I mentioned this a few posts back) Anyway...I've found the most delish thing to put in salads. It's a great source of protein and super easy.
I never thought I'd be a fan of veggie patties, but this is delish. Trust me!