Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Wordless Wednesday (sort of)




These were taken in Baghdad, Iraq, on the street where Sadaam held all of his parades, etc. Glad to see that Gunner hasn't lost his sense of humor!

21 comments:

trying said...

the last one is really great!

Amy said...

I love it!!!! I hope you know just how much the sacrifice you and your family are making means to me....My niece also served in Iraq in the very early days.

Mar said...

He's got a great sense of humor. Hope the remaining time goes by very fast...

Aliciaq said...

I love it! Very cute :)

Alicia

carrie said...

very funny!

happy wednesday

chelle said...

aww it must be so nice to receive pictures ...

T said...

I have nearly the same picture of my soldier from February. How funny is that?

Qtpies7 said...

Gotta have fun where you find it!

My son leaves for the Air Force this summer.

Lily said...

Tell your husband thank you.

Hey it's Amy Shipp said...

It is nice to smiles, I know it must be tough... great shots!

Munchkin Mommy said...

hahaha. it's great that they thought of doing the second shot like so. :)it really loks as though he's holding those swords.

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Jennifer Robin said...

My son is in Iraq for his 4th tour now. He enjoys his work immensely and would agree, a sense of humor is an asset over there!

Amberleigh said...

those are great shots! hope that his humor is serving him well over there. your family will be in my thoughts and prayers!

Tricia said...

Great pictures. Looks like he's having his own parade or ceremony. Hope he comes home soon.

carrie & troy keiser said...

sense of humor=sanity?

Darlene McDaniel said...

Very interesting pictures.

Darlene
Interview Guru
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Tracy Berta-daughter to the King, wife, mother, speaker, writer said...

Great pictures.

Thanks for stopping by my blog today. I am so glad I came over. Thank you so much for the sacrifice your family is making for our country.

Reading your posts, it kinda puts my life in perspective.

I read the post about the soldier needing mail. I can't email from this computer, but if you are still looking for someone, please come back over to my blog. I would love to help in any way.

Prayers and hugs,
Tracy @ Thirsty for Him

Jim said...

This is neat. I'm glad Gunner hasn't lost his sense of humor either. I'll bet he likes reading your blog.
I was in the Army five years, eight weeks basic training at Fort Hood and the rest at Fort Bliss.
At times I lost my sense of humor and I was not even deployed.
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Oh yes, we had four kids born in those five years, two were twins.
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Claire said...

Great picture!

New Girl on Post said...

Wow! That picture is amazing!

Catherine said...

brilliant photos!