"We've been lucky that Shreveport is a good place to call home" says Diane Libro.
She met Joey Libro six years ago and the two married three years later at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, her dream wedding.
"I remember telling people at our wedding, 'Yes, we'll be here another year' and then we expected to go somewhere and every year after that, 'We'll probably be here another year'."
But the couple has not moved.
Air Force Major Joey Libro has B52 background. He's called Barksdale Air Force Base home for the past nine years.
Many military members move every two to four years but because the bombers are a specialty it means many airmen stay put.
"It's nice because since Barksdale has a community of people that's stayed here a long time, it also means we have our military friends that are here for a while" she says.
It also means Diane Libro can keep a job.
"I've enjoyed being able to watch her career transistion and bloom" says Major Libro.
She works at the non-profit Volunteers of America.
The Libro's stay active in the Bossier-Shreveport community.
"It's nice to have that stability because I know people, you have your routine, your places, you know the lady at the fish counter at the grocery store."
The couple is expecting a baby in January and says they really might leave next year, but then again, they have said that before.