The ability to collect crap is exponentially diminished by the Air Force’s need to show you the world beginning with Yikes, Nevada and followed by WTH, Oklahoma. So you sell the house, move, and then repeat the cycle, except next time, you rent.
The Air Force variant is you get married, you buy a house thinking you’ll be stationed in the area for several years and then it gets be for the best.
You get tired of packing and TMO has weight limits anyway, so you don’t collect junk.
You are streamlined and would never think of hoarding. Better to pack on the memories and leave the tchotchkes behind for those civilians who know they will be in the same house for 40 years.
Oh, I know, some have tried (I see those timeless and classic Longaberger baskets there, ladies) but PCSing every couple of years keeps the clutter at bay.
I feel like if you are that interested then you will show it and by sides if you are that busy then why are you on a dating site. Now get this, he have the nerve to ask me me to spend the weekend with him. I told him he can come and see me, but I rather meet somewhere else. I have met someone that is in the reserve and I ask him why he don't call or e-mail( even if it's just a hello, if he is busy). Now I have seen him online or when you are searching the site, you can see when the person was last up there. You need to find someone that's not in the military.
He ask me do I want him to stay the weekend and the answer once again it is no. I am like if he is online than he can call me and for some reason I just don't believe everything he says. HOUSING ALLOWANCE FOR MILITARY DEPENDENTS While performing basic training duties and follow up job training in Technical School, AIT or A-School, married military servicemembers receive basic housing allowance.Even if you live rent-free in government quarters, the housing allowance is issued to support your spouse and dependents.Marriages among the nation's elite troops -- Navy SEALs, Green Berets, Rangers and others -- are in such dire shape after years of war that one in five commandos say if given the chance, they would have married someone else or no one at all.Marriages among many of the nation's elite troops — Navy SEALs, Green Berets, Rangers and others — are so damaged after years of war that one in five commandos say that if given the chance, they would have married someone else or not at all.I have met someone that is in the reserve and I ask him why he don't call or e-mail( even if it's just a hello, if he is busy). Now I have seen him online or when you are searching the site, you can see when the person was last up there. your feelings are more important to you then what he thinks.. Is there anyone up here that is marry or have a SO in the reserve?