Dating marine guy
Casey Holley is a medical writer who began working in the health and fitness industries in 1995, while still in high school.She has worked as a nutrition consultant and has written numerous health and wellness articles for various online publications.Sure, we'll make up for lost time when we are in harbour but there is a one out of two chance that we will miss your birthday, your graduation, your job interview, your first day at work, etc... We'll buy you belated cards if that makes you feel any better. We will always be nice to you but dont expect us to pick up subtle hints. We are meant to sail so it is better that you get used to it. Knowing that we got here by intellectually and physically kicking the ass of lakhs of other guys from all over the country and then trained in one of the most prestigious and toughest institutions of the country. Don't be surprised if you dont evoke sympathy from us when you tell us about those tiresome days at college before exams when you couldn't sleep for more than 3 hours. So if you want that dress tell us you want that dress and tell us before we sail out again. There may be times when we have to sail at short notice and we will drop everything we are doing-even if its you. She has also served in the Navy and is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in health administration from the University of Phoenix.
So, you've been eyeing that smart, attractive navy guy you're lucky enough to know personally. Your navy guy is handsome, smart, funny and confident. But navy guys aren't like the regular dudes who stretch the limits of stupidity trying to impress you. And that's what makes us unique and more importantly awesome. Our job is important and we are passionate about it.
If the pitfalls are scaring you away, consider this: Our way of life accomodates your most romantic fantasies and you won't be disappointed.
Started dating 6/16/08, both from Connecticut, and living in Virginia and North Carolina during school (me and Gabe respectively) and right now I’m in CT while he’s deployed and will be headed back to VA at the end of summer.
He was deployed relatively recently, and as I drove the 14 hours home on about 3 hours of sleep, I was a wreck and our song came on the radio (Patience – Guns and Roses) and I got Burger King and I had no one to shoot my straw at; it’s pretty hard to be without someone who’s your best friend and lover so suddenly, even if you had months to prepare for it in your mind.
I wake up each morning with the last shirt he wore, before he got on the bus, in bed with me, my cell phone right near my ear; praying for it to wake me up late at night just to hear his voice.
It isn’t that he doesn’t want to do it, it is that he is forbidden from these actions while he is in uniform. Marines are subject to deployment with very little notice.