lonely express

by chanda lowe
(selma indiana)

im 34 a wife of a trucker. have a daughter grace who misses her dad. love 80s and country music.

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Jul 26, 2010
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~Mind Playin Tricks On Ya~
by: ~LaReina~

~Boy do I know what you are feeling! My fiance' lives in Kentucky and I'm in New Mexico. Let me tell you, my mind is awful when it comes to thinking up things...especially bad things, but that is where trust comes in. I trust him and know for a fact that he loves me. Trust is a big thing...one of the main things for me in a relationship. If there's no trust, then there is no backbone. As long as you're faithful to your husband and God, nobody can take that away from you. I rest easy knowing that I have remained faithful throughout our temporary separation. If anything "should" happen, my conscience will be clear knowing that at least it wasn't me. There are times when I question his faithfulness, but then I have to know that I'm the one he truly loves. If he doesn't, then let him go. I can't stop my life (and my children's) because of him. I stay strong and keep my mind busy. It's easier that way. If you're constantly thinking about what he's doing, you need to find something to do that will take your mind off of those bad thoughts. There are some horror stories out there but if you stay strong in mind, body, and spirit, those stories won't even phase your relationship with your husband. Prayer is ALWAYS good, too. God will ease your mind of all the misled thoughts you might be having if you just ask him to take them away. You need peace of mind. I found myself praying a lot. It helps. Well, I've taken up enough of your time. Take care sweetie and remember not to get mad when he does call...show him love so that he'll call often. If there's one thing he probably wouldn't appreciate it's getting nagged about why he didn't call. Instead, express your feelings of happiness that he is alright and focus on when he can come visit you and your angel. Things will get better. Pray and you will see results. Take care and God Bless!~

Jul 25, 2010
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LONELY EXPRESS NEEDING ADVICE
by: chanda

its hard because we are living in two different states he in maryland ane me and grace in indiana. so we dont get to see him hardly at all. he is gonna try and see if he can come here for graces birthday. well have to see. i feel lonely when he is gone. he doesnt call that often. he said he would call tonight and he hasnt yet. i hve read storeis on here and its hard for me not to let my mind wonder about things.

Jul 24, 2010
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~Stay Strong For Yourself, Your Angel and Your Honey~
by: ~LaReina~

~You are so welcome. I have four children. It is so hard being a single parent. My fiance' and I came off the road, but he ended up leaving back to Kentucky cuz he couldn't find anything here in New Mexico fast enough. Well, unfortunately, he has received a DUI since then. You know what that means...no CDL for a while. He's not my children's father, but it still hurts me cuz we were gonna make it together. Now it's gonna take a little longer. I haven't been over the road for very long. It's only been close to three years for me. I found a local job where I'm still able to operate a big truck. I'll be home for the kids. I miss my fiance' more than ever. I just have to remember that he loves me and not let all the wrong thoughts get in my head. It's easy to let that happen. Just remember you are not alone. If you ever need to chat with someone, please feel free to chat with me. I'll be more than happy to keep you company and tell you some of the stories of the road. Take care and stay strong for yourself, your lil' angel, and your honey. They need to know you're there for them through it all.~

Jul 23, 2010
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thanks lareina
by: Anonymous

thnks for what you said. im new at being a truckers wife. how many kids do you have ? how long have you been a truck driver ?

Jul 22, 2010
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~LONELY~
by: LaReina

~I'm sure her dad misses her, and you, very much also. It may be lonely at home, but it's equally as lonely out on the road. I was always thinking about how there's a chance I wouldn't make it home to my children every day. I thought of their happy faces and their sad faces when I'd have to go back out on the road. It hurts being left behind, but also know that our families are always with us. Yeah, there's those few that don't give a damn, but for the most part, truckers love their families but get blamed cuz of the kind of job they have. I'm sure your husband loves you and misses you very much. He probably dreams about you when he gets the chance to sleep. My fiance' came off the road, but it was hell trying to make the bills. I struggled here on my end cuz I came off the road as well...wanting to be at home for the kiddos. It was really hard finding a local job that would support the way of living we were used to. I'm sure you've thought about that to, right? Well, just know you are not so alone out there. There are many of us (on both sides) that feel the same way, too. Take care sweetie and God Bless you and your family. May He always bring your husband home safely.~

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