I have a story to tell. I’m not sure how long the plot will take place in this town, who the characters will be and how deep of a role they will play in certain chapters, where the climaxes will be and what will cause them, who the antagonists are and why they come into the story …but I do know the Hero. I know that He will always save my day and He has written my days out even before I’ve lived them. I write because I’m excited to see how all the twists and turns that now encompass my everyday life as a US NAVY wife will all fit together to glorify Him in the end.
I write for the brave new NAVY wife because I have experienced her confusion and felt her fear. I write because I intend to offer support and encouragement to her, and to offer her a sobering glimpse into what her life may look like now. I write because I don’t want to feel alone in this, and I want her to feel like she has a friend – even if we never meet face to face. I write for her because I also have felt intimidated and lost at sea. I write for her, because sometimes all you need is another anchorwife to throw you a rope. I write because as an anchorwife, there seem to be more questions than answers. So I will display my joys, fears and frustrations in the uncertainties of military living on this site. I will write honestly but with love and grace all somehow mixed in. I sincerely hope that she, the new anchorwife, finds what she’s looking for on this site.
May this be a lighthouse for you. Live anchored in hope.