What can I do to for a friend in the millitary who is oversees and I miss him? I need to pass...
the time until he comes home.
Write a lot of questions on Hubpages. I'll answer some.
Other than that, go on YouTube.
As for your friend, when he comes home, buy him many beers and watch sports.
Send him letters. That way, you're not just waiting. You're sending your love and letting him know how much you appreciate what he is doing for you and your country. Even if he doesn't write back, keep sending them. I can guarantee he appreciates them. And if you believe in prayer, pray for him. Ask God to bring him home safely. He cares.
The life of military personnel is entirely different as compared to civilians. They are bound to work for 24 hours and come home only on annual leave or casual leave. Your association with such person is very hard to fulfill. If you have a true feeling for your military friend, you can keep in touch with him through exchange of letters, emails, and telephones. You can pass the time remembering the past moments you spent with him. This much will of course help you till he comes home.
by Chitrangada Sharan 4 years ago
Do you miss those 'Hand written letters'?In this age, when almost everything is done on computers---when you have phone calls to wish you on festivals or anniversaries, or e-cards to greet you, do you miss those hand written letters?
by qtkeeks 8 years ago
what would u do if u just bailed out your boyfriend and then he comes home and tries to argue...with about how you handled the bonding out process?
by lasonjacobb3 8 years ago
My question is a simple one yet complicated at the same time. I have been in a committed relationship now for a year and 4 months. As in any relationship we have our share of ups and downs but these days the downs seem to overload the space of what should be good times. Before...
by Sammy 8 years ago
What happened to writing letters?as in to send, in the mail, like at the post office. not inbox, or email, or actual letters which some people have seemed to forget that they exist when writing words... O.o
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