Sunday, May 20, 2012

What's Life Without A Little Adventure....

My new motto apparently.  We begin again with the drama of getting the Spousal Unit medically retired; seems some genius in Germany did the wrong set of paperwork...naturally.  So it all starts anew, only the RIGHT way this time.

In the meantime we've been weighing the options available to us.  Buy a place here and saddle ourselves with a mortgage OR stick to the land in Nevada (completely raw) and slowly build as we can afford it.  Of course it ALL hinges on J-O-B-S for me and the Spousal Unit.  He's eligible for a lot of the gov't jobs in both places because of his whole disabled Veteran status.  I'm eligible as a spouse but not for as much.  Pros and cons are being discussed in depth and it's looking as if Nevada is currently on the winning side.

Now it's just a matter of when/where/how/if...too many questions to be answered and all those answers hinge on the US Army...frightening, no?

Oh, yeah...we arrived safe and sound in the Ozarks, got all our junk (way too much stuff, I admit) and have the kiddos settled in.  Even though I'm applying everywhere I can, no job offers have been forthcoming (making the decision to leave all the more easy).

2 comments:

HermitJim said...

I do hope that things work out for you pretty soon!

I know that being at the mercy of the Army is a scary thing...but we can hope that they do the right thing soon!

Hang in there, my friend!

Gary said...

Remove radiation from any water source

Our University of Alabama patented solar desalination product uses no electricity, has no filters to replace, can be taken anywhere and extracts pure water from any contaminated water source. It removes radiation, fluoride, salt, pesticides, bacteria, dirt and other contaminants from any water. It aids people to be prepared for disasters. Made tough in the U.S.A.

Please visit us:
http://freshwater.ecogreenenergies.com

These units can also be placed together in arrays of literally any number of panels, as needed, to accommodate a desert farm or any remote area that needs water.

The true danger is when liberty is nibbled away, for expedience, and by parts. --Edmund Burke