Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Man in Uniform...or not?

Now I may be silly, but that's still up in the air, but I was kind of excited about getting to see my man all dressed up in his blue uniform with duty belt on and everything. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to be that way. CC came home from his first official day on duty, and came in wearing his undershirt and uniform pants. What's up with that?!

I asked him where all of his stuff is, and he left it in his locker at the department. Come on?!

Not that the uniform gets me all excited and ready to pounce on him (like some of our wonderful friends assume) but more of a this is cool and it makes it official. Otherwise, how is there proof in my head that he's actually doing this Police thing?! If I don't see it, it makes it much harder to believe it. I don't know, like I said, I may be silly or something, but I really like seeing my man in his uniform.

His response to me last night was this: "You get these little fantasies in your head, and when they don't come true, you get all upset about it." Now, since he knows what I would like, maybe he'll come home all dressed up for me??!??!??!

PS: He is on first shift for his first round of FTO, which is their 6 am - 2 pm shift. This is good, except for the idea of staying up late and sleeping in. But we do have most of the day together. He also has to work Sun - Thurs, which just means I'll be doing church by myself. That's okay too. CC was teaching and we were the "directors" of the class, but in preparation for CC's schedule, we handed off some of our duties to others until we knew what his permanent schedule would be. Although, yesterday I began to wonder if it would have been easier to ease us back in to spending so much time together!! :) (I love my husband!)


  1. I never see Josh in his uniform either! I wish I saw him in it more...

  2. I love to see my husband in his uniform. After almost 5 years of him being a cop I still love to get a look at him when he's all decked out in his police gear. Thankfully he gets dressed at home so I don't have to worry about not seeing him in it. He had a training day at the range the other day and wore his BDU's and quite frankly, I didn't want him to take them off. He looked so good!

    I remember when my man became a cop how hard of an adjustment it was to him not being able to fulfill his duties at church. That's one thing that I really miss about his schedule now:-( Hang in there!

  3. My hubster is an FTO. I hate going to church by my self with the kids it's hard. Hang in there.