Tuesday, May 4, 2010

He made it home!

After about 24 hours of delays, my sweetie finally made it home this morning about 6:30 am.

I was running late because I didn't get the text message of the exact arrival time. So I was about 30 minutes late to the greeting. Bummer.. HE was excited to see me none the less! I was was SUPER excited to see him!

Going through the massive amounts of crew bags. You would be amazed how much stuff they take on deployments.

Oh, and here is more stuff, he had two packs and 1 bag and 1 Pelican hard case.
Packs like a woman. Just the pack on his back was his blankets and pillows !

He came home , took a shower and passed out.
Poor Guy had a very very long trip home. Almost a full 48 hours of travel, and not first class! Military planes are not meant to be comfy.

I am so glad to have my sweetie home finally. I sure missed him.


Kristina P. said...

Yay! I'm thrilled for you and your family.

Reddunappy said...

Glad he is home safe Jocelyn!!!

Our son goes over the first on June, to Iraq. Our daughter just got back from Iraq.

Thank him for the work he does!!

JJ said...

YAYYYY! I'm so happy to hear that he's home safe and sound!

strivingforsavvy said...

Great! Enjoy each other!

Mrs Mom said...


Dont come up for air for a while JP-- get in some quality family time! ;)

Cactus Jack Splash said...

I am so happy for both of you. Thank him for us for all of the things he does to protect our freedom.

Jocelyn said...

Thanks everyone, it is fabulous to have him home finally!

baystatebrumby said...

Oh I am so glad he is back to you! He must feel so good to be back. Is he very brave? He must be.

Autumn Mist said...

Very nice blog, I bet you are happy hubby is home. Your horse is lovely. Drop by my blog some time, you'll be very welcome.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Awwww. I'm so happy for ya, JP.
Did you crawl right in there next to him and take advantage of every second he's home?

Tell him thank you for all of us,k?


Greener Pastures--A City Girl Goes Country said...

I love our soldiers.