Sunday, January 16, 2005

Time To Go

It's almost time to leave. This may be my final post until I can find a computer somewhere in Kuwait. Time is growing short, and I have a few more things to do before I go. Tomorrow night I will have dinner with some extended family members and the rest of the time will be spent with my wife. She has been a trooper about all of this. I can't imagine what she must be going through these last few days.

I want to thank everyone that takes the time to read this. Hopefully I'll have some interesting stories to tell you from Iraq. I'll talk to you later. Take care.

11 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thoughts and prayers for you and your family & loved ones. Stay focused, stay safe!!!

God Bless!

Tammi

8:29 AM  
Blogger V.L. said...

God Bless and enjoy your time with your wife.

She needs the attention also for staying strong for you.
Get home and relax and when you have time keep us up to date on how things are going for you and your loved ones.

10:08 AM  
Blogger Harvey said...

Here from Road Warrior Survival.

Just wanted to wish you the best for your stay on the line.

May your ammo fire true and your armor never be breached.

3:37 PM  
Blogger Angel said...

Michael,

God speed. I hope you enjoy these final days with the family and savor every moment.

We'll be thinking of you, drop a line if you ever need anything at all!

Angel

10:04 PM  
Blogger Rob said...

Go home and tell your wife how thankful you are. She's a strong, dedicated lady no doubt. Gosh, what I'd do for a wife like that!

10:32 PM  
Blogger Papa Ray said...

Hey,

I send my thanks for your service along too. I am taking care of a sick Granddaughter tonite so I am going to cheat and direct you to a going away comment to another soldier from me.

Continue the Mission


I am sure that it will apply to you as well.

This is my post

Papa Ray
West Texas
USA

10:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I feel for your wife. She's stronger than me. I couldn't handle the separations and my husband got out of the Army after serving for 10 years. I have a great deal of respect for military families. They do what I couldn't...
Donna

3:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stay alert. God be with you.

Loren

8:22 AM  
Blogger Sue said...

Delurking to say 'Have a safe and uneventful trip back'. I've enjoyed reading your blog and I hope your return home is all you've dreamed of and more.

12:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I look forward to hearing about the differences (if any) between Iraq of your war journal and 2005.

I know you have the links posted so I hope you signed up via books for soldiers or any soldier. I can understand you keeping opsec here on your blog so readers here won't be able to send stuff directly to you but at least sign up at those sites so some good people at those sites can send you packages.

Good Luck In The Sandbox

10:26 PM  
Blogger Angel said...

LOL Ok Michael, time to check in soon :) We all know you're busy with the family, packing and shipping...but drop a line soon to let us know you're ok when you get a chance :)

Just thinking about you and wanted to say HI!!!!!!!!

Angel

10:40 PM  

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