Monday, February 7, 2011

Ready, Set, GO!

It's finally time for LT Fromage to deploy. Before the month is out, he'll be gone for a long year. Forgive my lack of specifics, but as always, safety first (Check out Sara's blog for more into on OPSEC).

It's hard to belive it's finally here, but we've known all along it was coming; I like to trust that we're well prepared, but ready or not, here we go!

Wish us luck and please keep LT Fromage (Who will be Captain Fromage before I see him again!) in your thoughts or prayers. Whether you support this war or not, do remember that the men and women fighting for our freedom are husbands, wives, fathers, mothers, siblings and children to someone out there. This one is mine :)


6 comments:

  1. I think of you military families often. There was a nice tribute before the Super Bowl. (At least I thought it was.) I can imagine how difficult it is for you all. Hugs.

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  2. you got it. he and his companions will be in our prayers, as well as you and the other wives and families at home. you're equally as brave and patriotic to loan your husband to country.

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  3. You and your LT (soon to be CAPT!!!) will be in my thoughts and prayers.

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  4. Hang in there! Many blessings!

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  5. I can only imagine. My father was military and was often gone a lot. It was really hard on my mom. I shudder to think if I had to be without my hubby for that long.

    And you're exactly right...whether we support the war or not, the soldiers have volunteered to protect our country, and their duty is to follow orders and go where they're told and do their best. I think your husband is very noble, indeed.

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  6. I support the military 1000% I grew up with a military father and currently my brother is in the Army! Good luck to Mr. Fromage and a HUGE thank you for his service!!

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