Tuesday, July 14, 2009

HEARING HIS VOICE

Oh my gosh. Nothing sweeter than hearing his voice. He sounded great. We got to talk for almost 30 minutes. The connection was not too bad for being thousands of miles away. He is stuck in Kuwait for several more days until the sand storms subside.

I don't recall this many sand storms during his first deployment. It seems like they are having them daily now.

I'm thinking that I can now rest/sleep a little better since I was able to talk to him.

He was released from isolation today and says he is feeling much better. He's ready to get to his FOB and the others from his unit.

24 days is way too long to go without talking to him. If he only knew how good it was to hear his voice.

Now I just need to get the family back into reading the blog so that I don't have to repeat everything so many times.

2 comments:

AirmanMom said...

I am so happy for you!!!!
~AM

Some Soldier's Mom said...

that is GREAT!!! ahhhhhh, the sound of their voice...



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