I Have A Husband Working In The Oilfield

An oilfield worker's wife 26 People

    Being A Roughnecks Wife...

    People always say how grateful I should be that my husband has such a great paying job and that I am so lucky that I get to finish college and stay home with our child while he works. I am very grateful and thankful for such a wonderful opportunity but sometimes it sucks! He...
    missingpuppylove missingpuppylove
    26-30
    1 Response Jan 6, 2012

    My honey comes home tomorrow

    for 4 days unless he has to go back for a rig move! I'm excited.
    DreamerBeliever36 DreamerBeliever36
    26-30, F
    Jan 27, 2014

    Lonely Wife

    Anyone else have a hubby working in the oilfield who gets tired of feeling like a single mother? So much recognition for military wives when their hubbies are gone but no one says anything about us :/ It's hard! Esp working and being a mommy. I get so lonely sometimes. He's...
    veronicaspark veronicaspark
    36-40, F
    2 Responses Nov 13, 2013

    I Am A Newly Wed Wife To An Oilfield Worker

    I got married this year on the fourth of July. My husband and I have been engaged for two years, and because of financial reasons, which is pretty heavy, we are living with my in-laws. I don't feel quite comfortable just yet disclosing 3 years worth of drama of how we...
    hotcherrypie hotcherrypie
    22-25, F
    2 Responses Oct 10, 2010

    Hubby is home for a week!

    I missed him a lot this Rig. Only got to talk to him 4 time in the last two weeks due to night shift and service. Blessed he is home safe!
    Syoung14 Syoung14
    22-25, F
    May 6, 2015

    Not Yet My Husband, But Soon To Be....

    My fiancee works in the gas/oil industry. He was previously working in the Majnoon field in Iraq and has since taken on a new job. He will now be working in Algeria most of the time and Japan partially. This new job he is taking has an awful rotation - 4 months on and 4 weeks...
    Isis72 Isis72
    36-40, F
    1 Response Jul 22, 2012

    Oilfield Changed My Life In More Ways Than One.

    The oilfield opened many opportunities for my family, it took the life of my family, and now my family work hard so that it doesn't take your life. My story is ver detailed and complex and a lot of you may have heard it. To read my families story please go to www...
    BJMwife BJMwife
    31-35
    Jan 9, 2013
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