Good morning, I love you. I miss you terribly. Some days it is just hard. Last night I took Michael on post for youth. Did I tell you Michael is going to youth now? Jason saw soldiers and asked if that is where you live? I wanted to cry for him. It is just not fair. Michael was so sweet and explained that you would be home in ……. Then we went to the PX and bought cards for you and a couple of other things and he would not let go of the cards. He said maybe this will make daddy happy. Again broke my heart and again I explained that you were very happy and love him. He loves you so much. I am so glad you talk to him all the time. He needs it. I cannot wait until you are home and he knows you are back safe and sound.
Oh I forgot to tell you that they called yesterday and said they are coming Thursday morning to fix the garage door. She did not say anything about payment so I assume we are not paying for it.
I cannot believe it is almost May. May, June and July is going to be the craziest time of my life.
Hope wants to say hi:
Dad, I love you and miss you. I learned a new word and it is back. Mommy is giving me new spelling words every day now to see how I do it. My run was fun, even if you loss you got a medal. My medal has a yellow necklace. And I miss you. When you come home you do not have to fix my guinea pig cage because I fixed it. Want to know a story daddy. It is a great story. Once upon a time there was a mom and a dad and they gave birth to a beautiful baby boy named Michael. Then they gave birth too many more kids. Hope
Okay, I guess I better get the kids up and going so. It is cold in the house this morning and everyone is still snuggled in bed.
I love you, Pamela
OPSEC- Just a reminder that anytime I speak of my hero I am changing the time and date of the events. If I say he is flying right now it was probably a week ago. I will never give out exact times and dates. Please understand this is for his safety and his units safety and not to mislead my readers. Please help me follow OPSEC by not asking for exact dates or information.
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All of our soaps are made using milk from our beautiful goats and are made by my husband and I.
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Rob and I have been married 15 years. He is my hero. Rob is a Warrant Officer in the army. I so look up to this man. He is brilliant. I could not ask for a better husband or father. He is the spiritual leader of our family. I am so blessed to have this man in my life and thank God for him daily.
Michael is almost 20 years old. No longer my little boy who needs mom to make his PB&J. He is currently a student at Pensacola Bible College studying to be a Evangelist. He still enjoys video games and hanging out with friends.
Faith is my beautiful 16 year old. She teaches me daily how to love myself and others. She loves to help with the little kids She loves to sing and dance and would not be caught in public without make up and jewelry. Faith is Faith, she does not try to impress anyone
Hope is my fiesty 14 year old. Hope loves anything that has to do with animals. She is happiest when she is outside with the goats and chickens. She loves to help in the church nursery. She is as tall as her momma and still growing.
Grace is 11 years old and is my special blessing. Grace was born at 2.12 pounds and was in a hurry to get here. She has been non stop since then. She loves being the baby and makes sure everyone knows it
Jason is 8 . His favorite things to do are to help me clean up and to eat. If you ask him what he wants to do he says I want to go grocery shopping.
James is and a joy to be around. He loves to snuggle and be told that he is doing something right.
My precious newest blessing. Born September.
A C U is the newest addition to our family. She was a stray and found her way (through a friend) to our home. She is so adorable and the kids were instantly in love with her
When we bought our farm house (okay farm is not really true) we decided we would get chickens. My amazing hero agreed to 10 and some how we ended up with 21. I have been told that is called chicken math.
I have to be honest, I love my goats. If it was up to me I would have them walking around the house. We have two for milking and one for meat. Next year we should have three for milking. Although the thought of my baby girl getting pregnant is hard for me.