Sunday, February 14, 2010

5:00 a.m.

Last moments with Daddy


At 3:30 this morning my valentine and I loaded our two pajama-clad little boys and two very heavy suitcases into our car and headed toward base. By 5:00 a.m. our hero was gone.

As you can see in the picture above, we are none too happy about it. But, with God's grace, we will get through it.



8 Thoughts from friends:

Sherry said...

Praying for you, Liz! Hugs!!

jesnicole said...

HUGS!! :(
Hope it flies by. How long will he be gone?

Running Mommy of 4 said...

We will pray for your. Daddy was supossed to leave Friday but we have been given a reprieve for a couple days. Then he will leave me & the four wonder roo's for Afghanistan. Be Blessed.

Dan and Kate Ambrose said...

Praying for your family! Thank you all for your service!

Anonymous said...

Love You Liz, Hang in there. It will be over before you know it.
Come and see both your Moms soon.
We will make it better. Love you punkin.

Anonymous said...

great article. I would love to follow you on twitter.

Manuela said...

I am here for you. Call me any time. I remember when Jason was in Iraq for 12 month. It was a long time. The worst of it was the first two month, then it got a little easier. Our life started to have some normality to it. And we had a great church family to count on. You got the same. And above all there is our Lord who sustains us. He wants us to count on Him, to lean on Him, and not to depend on others more than on Him. He is there for you, just like He was there for me. At all times.
Can you imagine how it was many years ago, when there was no phone or internet to talk to our heros? When women never heard from their loved ones unless a letter came?
Love you, God bless you.

Anonymous said...

Bet you all feel a bit like the little guy inside. As young as he is , later in life I don't think he will remember this.
Family visiting is great, be glad you have family to visit.
Peace to you all.

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