Military life rocks!
Growing up in a military family I have always encountered with different life changing events. My family and I always moved every two-three years to a different state or sometimes even out of the United States. When I was younger and never really understood the reason why we always moved, I used to be upset. A lot of my frustration came from having to meet new people, make friends all over again, and adapting to the new location. Although I went through all of those changes, locations, and friendships I would not change anything about my childhood growing up and being a part of a military family. I can definitely say that will always have a positive impact for the rest of my life.
Being a part of a military family really teaches and shows you the true definition of family being an important factor in any person’s life. I have encountered with some people who are really not close with their families at all, or people who do not have any family at all and that tends to bother me. My opinion, I have always felt if you have nobody else in your life you should always have your family and be close with your family. My close friends whom I have been friends with for years I consider family. I assume this has a lot to do with how my parents raised me, and the fundamentals of what they taught me to be important.
On June 15, 2011 I gave birth to my daughter Aniya Demetria Melton, which was the best experience in my life. My heart was immediately stolen and the unconditional love I have for her overcame everything. I realized that my whole outlook on life changed, and my whole process to succeed in life became an even more priority. I always promised myself that I want my daughter to have everything in life that she deserves, and to never have to want or need for anything. My main focus is to provide my child with the lifestyle that I had growing up. I will always...