Every once in a while I like to share little things that I have learned and experienced. Moving to a new place and leaving a familiar one has definitely made for some of these moments.
Although Ft. Sill is a field artillery post, it never quite occurred to me that they would actually shoot off artillery frequently. Fortunately I am a fan of the fireworks that only go boom.
Ft. Sill is not a walker friendly post as far as I have experienced. Good thing I’m good at playing chicken when it comes to crossing roads to get to a better spot on the other side….
There are white tail deer in Oklahoma. I’ve seen them.
The army gives 2-hour delays for bad weather too. I’ve got one tomorrow.
I am more likely to get windburn here than any other place I’ve lived before.
27, 28, 36-hour days are no big deal to me now. And I can do them back to back with only a few hours of sleep in between them. Sgts, I know you loved to tell us about how you’ve had to do that, but I have too. And it was probably just as stressful because you were there.
I can fall asleep just about anytime and anywhere as long as I don’t need to be alert for something.
2 Months of being around people 24/7 makes you really good friends. 5, or even 7 months of that means you’re practically family.
Songs=memories. ‘Nuff said.
I need to come up with a few more hobbies to have for discussion. The majority of people have no clue about Arsenal or their greatness.