Getting PCS orders to Germany can be very stressful. There are a thousand questions and no answers. There are so many things that need to be done but nothing that can be done right now. Of course, the old hurry up and wait. So what do you do while you wait? Research, research and more research!! You find that there really isn't that much information on PCSing to Germany. Hopefully my blog will help answer some of your questions. Always feel free to ask questions in the comment section.

Let me tell you a little about myself. I grew up as a military brat so I really don't call any place home, but if I had to pick a place it would be Lawton/Fort.Sill, Oklahoma. Not many people would claim Lawton/Fort.Sill as there home and if you have ever been there you would understand why, but that is the place where I met the love of my life, my husband. It is also the place where my first child was born 15 years ago. After being a military brat I married into the military. My wonderful husband is in the U.S. Army and we have three beautiful, energetic, keep you on your toes kids. Their ages are 15(girl), 9(boy), and 6(girl). Yes, I know we spread them out. It seemed like a good idea at the time. We are stationed in the tiny place of Hohenfels, Germany.

We try to keep busy and active. My husband and I are regulars at the post gym, health and fitness are very important to us. We try to keep our kids active but health and fitness isn't as important to them. We love to travel and we travel as much as our budget allows. Being able to travel Europe has been one of my favorite things about moving to Germany. There is a whole new world that is available for you to go and explore, that really just isn't within reach when you live in the United States.

~ C

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