“I can’t say I was surprised.
I knew what was going on,” said Robyn, who lives with her husband and their two children in a single-family house in the small community of West St. John’s.
She said she had hoped to get married soon after the family moved to New Brunswick from Nova Scotia, and to have a child soon.
“We thought we had a couple of years left on our marriage, but when I had my first child, it was a big deal.
And it’s just been a very long time.”
Robyn said she was initially surprised when she moved back to her hometown, but that it took a while for her to adjust to the new family.
“I think the big thing is, you just want to stay in your comfort zone and you don’t want to move too far away from home.
It’s nice to be able to go to different places, but I guess I just didn’t really know how to adjust,” she said.
But Robyn had other plans.
She was planning to move back to New Jersey, to be closer to her husband, who is stationed at the National War Memorial in Ottawa.
The couple is expecting their first child in November.
Robys’ husband, Cpl., Robyn MacLeod, has been in the military for 18 years.
(Facebook) “My family has been so supportive, and I’ve always been able to rely on them for advice and help and support.
It wasn’t until recently that I thought, ‘Wait a minute, I need to think about it.’
I think there’s a lot of people who are struggling with that.
I just think there needs to be more of a conversation about that.”
Robys, who was raised in the rural town of Saint John, N.B., says her husband was always supportive, but she’s worried about how far her family will go.
“It’s just not easy.
It really is.
It is so hard.
It can be a lot to deal with.
And so many things can go wrong.”
Rob Wynne is a veteran of the Royal Canadian Air Force, which has stationed its airmen in a variety of countries around the world.
“My husband and I have always been very supportive of each other.
We’ve been together for a long time,” she told CBC News.
“He was a wonderful person, a great dad, a wonderful husband, and a great soldier, and we’ll always be together.”
Roby, who says she and her husband met while they were stationed at their local air base in Nova Scotia during the Second World War, said they’re now trying to adjust as they get older.
“In our 20s, we’re just getting into the world and it’s so much easier to deal, but we’re not able to deal as well as we should be,” she added.
“So, it’s kind of a struggle, and that’s just part of the adjustment.”
Robi Wynne, who served in the Royal Navy as a navigator, says she hopes her husband will help her cope with her transition.
“They will be a part of me for the rest of my life,” she says.
“And they’re always there to help me.
I don’t have to look for them.
They’re always right there, and they always know where I’m going.”