|Remember this? Yeah, my enlisted self is still here.|
My Deserving Airman Commissioning Package finally made it out of the Wing and up to the appropriate people. I've verified this with two different people, so I believe it to be true at this point. Lots of blind faith going on over here. Too bad they don't make trackers for packages, like they do pizza delivery and online shopping. I have no idea what happens next and on what timeline, or how I'll even be notified.
I'm running out of time here, folks. My preferred school date starts May 20th. I've been buzzing around AirForceOTS.com again, and saw that someone has already been bumped into the next fiscal year. I would prefer not to go July through September, as that really throws off my teaching year. Say what you will, but I would like to do OTS during my summer vacation. I'm dedicated to both of my careers, military and civilian.
I have no idea what's going on with my career or DH's at this point. We're flirting with the idea of relocating out of state if he finds permanent employment there, but everything is up in the air at this point. He's on a six month TDY right now and loves what he's doing. If he were to make that a full-time gig, that'd be great for our family. Of course, it would be ideal if he could find a position like that out here, but I'm not sure if that's going to be possible, especially with the latest proposal to cut jobs at Peterson. I can't make any plans beyond May because I have no idea if I'll even be in town. My assistant principal at school is anxious to know if I'll be here next year or what's going on with DH's job. I tell him he knows as much as I do at this point, which is true. Don't even get me started on the "what ifs" - what if I'm at OTS when an out of state move needs to happen? What is my culinary-challenged FIL going to feed my daughter while I'm gone? Questions like this swirl in my head all the time.
So, in the meantime I'm going on about my business and trying to be proactive in my research. That's about all I can do. Keep on truckin', friends!