In 2002, when my then boyfriend, Mike went off to the US Military Academy at West Point, I joined USMA Girlfriends. 6 months later, I was a moderator, and one year later I was the owner. I taught myself HTML and learned to let people rant at me without taking it personally. We had well over 150 members when I left that group.
Then in 2005 I co-founded Army Officer Girls. I loved that group!! It was super low key, but still allowed me to assert myself when I needed too.
When Mike graduated from college and entered the big Army, I was the treasurer for his very first unit's FRG. That FRG only consisted of myself and 2 other wives, but we were a force to be reckoned with. We made a MEAN chili dog at fund raisers.
I have always had my hand in something. So when Mike got out of the Army, I felt like I lost a little bit of myself. In the civilian world there are no FRG's. There are no websites available for wives of Mike's new company. What was I supposed to do?
Well I did what any other woman would do... I joined a playgroup and 3 months later became an assistant organizer. What?!?!?
Yep, that's right, you are looking (OK, more like reading) at the new Assistant Organizer for...
I am really excited about this position. This group has really helped me out in the friend department. I've met some awesome ladies since I joined this group and now I feel like I can somehow help the group and other moms.
Remember that post all about Friends?
I think I got it now!! ;-)