... Someone asks when your husband will be home, and you say "December" or "January" instead of 5 or 6.
... You live on your own and by yourself more after you're married than before you were married.
... You know all of your husband's co-workers by their last names, only.
... You need ID to buy groceries.
... You forget you even have a driver's license and take that military ID everywhere with you.
... You read everything you can get your hands on to learn more about your husband's job.
... You really want to buy something but you say, "Well, I'm going to have to wait til the 1st...or 15th...for it."
... You ask someone "What's your MOS?" rather than "What do you do for a living?"
... Half of your wardrobe has some kind of military insignia on it and once belonged to your husband.
... You only write in pencil because everything is subject to change.
... You know that a 2-month separation is short, no matter what your civilian friends say.
... You know that any reference to the "sand box" describes a deployment to Iraq/Kuwait, not a backyard play place.
... You know better than to go to the PX or Commissary between 11:30am and 1:30pm unless it's a life-or-death emergency.
... You have enough camouflage in your house to wallpaper the entire White House.
... You don't even have to think about what time 2130 is.
... You pick apart uniforms on TV and in movies for their inaccuracy.
... You are asked to stop speaking in acronyms and translate it all to English.
... You have multiple copies of Powers of Attorney to throw at the credit card people and cell phone companies.
... You can't handle people on reality shows who cry because they haven't seen their dog in 3 weeks.