Saturday, November 27, 2010


Besides my love of the DFAC--I offered to take the kids there tonight, and they declined--I am thankful that Gunner is on the other side of the world tonight.

If anyone knows me, I don't handle sick well.  While I am sad that he is gone, sick, and having to work, I am thankful that won't lead to an additional 4 people for me to clean up after.

Is that wrong?  Fortunately he loves me and laughs when I tell him things like this.

I think we will need to add immodium, pepto, and some chicken soup to his next package.  What do you send your husband when he is sick so far away?  (I really do feel horrible that he is sick.)

Also, we have a date for his return.  He will get to come home early, and he will be out of the Army sooner than I expected.  Total freakout has begun.  More on that later though.

One more thing I am thankful for????  That Sammy the dog has not become violently ill (knock on wood) from the amount of cornbread that he ingested.  It's the small things around here.


Uncle Dan said...

Coming home, getting out and then comes the hard part, getting a job!

McMGrad89 said...

Hope he feels better soon...Gunner...not the dog. Last night we went out to see Nature in Lights at BLORA. James left a bowl of chicken noodle soup on the table. I came back to find the bowl empty. Hmmmm could it have been our dog? More than likely.

Crazy Shenanigans-JMO said...

That's so great that he's going to be home earlier than you guys had thought before!!

Michael Lantz said...

I would like to thank your husband for his services and hope you all had a lovely Thanksgiving.I hope he makes it home safely to the states,so he can be with his family.

AbbeyG said...

I love your thankful list :)

Hope Gunner gets to feeling better very soon!