In a couple of weeks, I hope to have several.
For now, I hope a smirk will do.
I have a lot of pictures of Matt smiling on my other computer, but I can't transfer them to this one without a special cable.
One of the few draw backs to Vista that I've found.
I don't think they were feeling any pain!
They were having their own pre deployment party.
June 2nd, we fly out to Seattle, in hopes that Matt will be back on the 3rd, or the 4th.
Until then we continue to hold our breath.
The night after their plane lands at McCord will be the first night that I will be able to relax.
Like in totaly relax.
I've been going through the motions of life for a little more than a year now.
Sometimes worrying a lot, sometimes a little less, but never being able to totaly let go of that nagging feeling in the pit of my stomach that bad things could happen at any time.
I don't know how long it will take to get back to normal, but I'll sure be glad for the chance to unwind.
If only for a while.