Sunday, April 6, 2008

Pictures from Iraq






Gunner sent these pictures over today. He was able to get on the web cam for a short bit till it bogged down the connection. Junior saw him and started screeching "My Daddy! My Daddy!" and laughing uncontrollably.

8 comments:

Uncle Dan said...

Thanks for the pic's.

ABWF said...

Thank God you didn't share the post-blue jello poopy diaper pic. That was just too much!

My favorite Gunner in Iraq pic is still the one of him "reading" a magazine on top of the tank. I think it was from his first tour?

trying said...

great pics! but you always have the cutest pics : )

dutchgirl said...

Aw, what wonderful pictures. I see you've been up to all sorts of "fun" while I've been away. I'm off to catch up!

Anonymous said...

Hi, Gunner!

eMail Our Military said...

What great pics and a great story. So sweet.

I hope you won't mind me sharing this with you but I thought you might be interested in what we've got going on to support our troops.

eMail Our Military's gearing up for another great support project for our troops, this time for Mother's Day. Since our troops are serving across the globe, I thought this would be a great way to help them connect with their moms back home in a really sweet, personal and fun way.

Our troops can write a note or make a simple card for mom and then snap a pic of it with their digital camera or mobile phone. Then just upload it to Qipit.com where it will be turned into a crisp, clear .PDF for sharing with mom.

What I think is so cool about this is that it's free, and it cleans up the text so it doesn't look like a camera phone shot - Best of all it's an immediate way to send a personal note with a whole lot of love across the world.

This would also be a great way for kids who are separated from their military moms to say Happy Mother's Day with a homemade card right to mom's email address without the need for a scanner, etc.

I think it's a pretty neat little project and we're really excited about sharing it with our military and those who support them.

Trish
eMailOurMilitary.com
Supporting our military, one email at a time!

Tiff said...

Great Pictures! I know your kids were thrilled to see his face!

wifeunit said...

Great he is able to send such good pictures! Had me tearing up a bit remembering getting my first batch. Carolina was pretty funny when we got the first pictures. She would wave goodbye to daddy when we were done looking at them.

Too cute!