About Me: Female, 32, Clarksville, TN, member since Mar 2010
I'm originally from the Dallas area, HUGE COWBOYS FAN!!! I was a medic in the Army for 5 years. I deployed to Iraq twice, with the 101st ABN DIV, for a total of 27 months. I earned my combat medical badge in Feb 2006. I got out of the Army in Feb2009. Since then the VA
[More] has diagnosed me with PTSD and major depression disorder and insomnia. I am currently going to college as a nursing major. I eventually plan on becoming a PA or Nurse Practitioner. My husband is still in the Army and he is my hero! I also have a daughter, who has to deal with me everyday, God bless her for that :)
Thankyou for taking the time to comment on my journal. I do write it slightly 'tongue in cheek' and appreciate the humour of my ridiculous situation; I’m kinda taking the **** out of myself most of the time *laughs* I mean I don't know anyone who eats as little as me, does as much exercise and is not ‘superskinny’... Anyhoo, just wanted to let you know I'm glad you took the time to read it (I honestly thought no one bothered reading peoples journal entries) and hope you get a lil laugh out of it sometimes, 'cause If I don't laugh, I’ll cry!
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