That is the best compliment you could give me. I have been married to two husbands and both were Marines and both died of cancer, one with kidney cancer and the other of brain cancer. During my first husband's cancer fight, I carried a Marine flag and always put it up in his hospital room every time we had to go to the hospital.
After living with each of them for many years, I know Marine “language”, every filthy, wonderful word they come out with. I'm by myself now, but if an eligible Marine showed up, we would have a good time.
Semper fi, buddy
Women like you make Marines whole, and God bless every one of you. You hold the line back home and raise our children while we’re away. You welcome us back home regardless of the dirty work we did. You are treasures, all of you.