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my-cute-lover:

fall in love

my-cute-lover:

fall in love

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Anonymous asked:
Hi:) I've liked this guy for like 2 years and in october he and I finally started to do things together and in january he told me he liked me but he's scared to ruin our friendship with a realationship so he wants to find out if it's worth it. the last 4 months I've been having so much hope but friday he was holding hands with another girl at his party and acting all in love around her and almost completely ignored me. The problem is I can't get over him. What should I do?

I say be friends for a little while. Let him choose you. And don’t close other people off because you might find someone who makes you feel more.
Courtney


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nomielynn asked:
My boyfriend finished boot camp and is at the end of his 10 day leave. He leaves Friday for 33 week training. I've seen everywhere of girls sending care packages and I was wondering if care packages are mainly for deployments rather than training. I also don't want to send one and then that not be the norm

You can send packages at any time. It just varies on what you can put in them!
Courtney


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Anonymous asked:
For the West Point anon. I suggest you start working out now.

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mrs-woodard asked:
I am engaged to a soon to be US Airman. I am stressing out and dont know what to expect. I know we can do this but I just wanted to know if there was anything you could share, or any advice you could give?

It’s gonna be a struggle. But married couples have it slightly better than not. First of all your civilian so you can travel with him unless on missions, deployments or any other types like that. You can live together also.

But it’s hard. It’s not an easy life. You have to be a strong SO and deal with what they bring home. You will be fine, I actually enjoy this life!
Courtney


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mae712 asked:
My SO and I are getting married this year, I couldn't be more excited! Its just so stressful planning everything with him halfway across the country. I'm almost at a loss on what to do sometimes! Anyone going through similar stuff?

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Anonymous asked:
To the anon about West Point, physical activity is really important in even your application. You have to complete a test and get crazy scores. You have to do a run, sit ups, push ups, pull ups, a shuttle run, and a basketball throw and you only have so much time to complete it in a certain order that's designed to make you tired fast.

Thank you!


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Anonymous asked:
West Point has been contacting me about applying, and to be honest I'm really interested. Does anyone know what this experience is like? Also, I'm not into a lot of physical activity, so if I'm really serious about applying, should I start working out now? Thank youu!

whiskey-1:

noodleweight:

whiskey-1:

noodleweight:

themilsoadviceblog:

Can anyone help this anon? 😊
Courtney

This anon cannot be helped, no.

It’s like being in college without the good stuff, and being in the military without the good stuff. And then you’re in the army, which is like being in the military or college without the good stuff.

Woah woah woah.
I mean, I wouldn’t go to West Point. Just because hell no. It’s more that if you’re not into a lot of physical activity maybe just.. not try to do anything military at all ever.

:)

Also, if you’re not in to guns and tanks and planes, the military is probably not for you. And haircuts. Lots of haircuts.


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Anonymous asked:
West Point has been contacting me about applying, and to be honest I'm really interested. Does anyone know what this experience is like? Also, I'm not into a lot of physical activity, so if I'm really serious about applying, should I start working out now? Thank youu!

noodleweight:

whiskey-1:

noodleweight:

themilsoadviceblog:

Can anyone help this anon? 😊
Courtney

This anon cannot be helped, no.

It’s like being in college without the good stuff, and being in the military without the good stuff. And then you’re in the army, which is like being in the military or college without the good stuff.

Woah woah woah.
I mean, I wouldn’t go to West Point. Just because hell no. It’s more that if you’re not into a lot of physical activity maybe just.. not try to do anything military at all ever.

:)


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alexistherealaly asked:
Any ideas on surprise homecoming ideas when I come home from bootcamp and A school, which should be around jan?

My friend left a school and had someone take his family out for dinner. He had the waiter mess the orders up on purpose and had him say, “I’m really sorry about that, I’ll get that fixed in no time, but while your waiting we have something for you.” And in walks in my friend! Tag dah!
Fill free to give ideas!
Courtney


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