Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Going Home

I have had enough. It is time to go home. I am just burned out and need some down time with my family. Good luck my brothers and Godspeed. Get home alive and safe.


Anonymous Fritz said...

There comes that time in everyone's life that they have to make a choice that tears your heart up. I am sure that this is one of those times for you. I am happy for you and for your family that you are making this choice, it is the right one at the right time.

You my friend have given more than most and I want to thank you for all that you have done for our men and women who have put themselves in the forefront to defend this country. You stood along side of all of them in a way that unfortuneately most people in this country can never appreciate. I do as many others do and they are the ones that really count.

I am happy for the "T-Man" and Caren. They must be over the moon with the news. Best of everything for you and enjoy getting to know you family.

4:25 PM  
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8:29 PM  
Blogger BWJones said...

Glad to see that you are headed home to your family and friends. Safe journey and let us know when you are back in CONUS.

9:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bro -

Ditto Fritz!

You've got a son to play catch with and to catch-up with.
You'll miss the folks you worked with, there's no denying it. But when it's time, it's time and there is no denying that either.

Mission accomplished; job well done!

So long,

Vince Pantano

9:59 PM  
Anonymous Louis Stall said...

Time to come home BIG DADDY Its time.Call me when you NEED it.I will send the numbers on the other line.


5:19 AM  
Blogger Captain Nemo said...

Safe trip home Boss - you deserve it.

Some people did a year in the sandbox, some did a couple, but you've done several. More than your share.

There's a lot that wouldn't have been accomplished there without you and the hours and 'ownership' you invested.

There's a lot of tired troops that'll take a hot shower, eat a cooked meal, watch a DVD or use a gym at the end of a hard days patrol without realising the sometimes Herculean effort that made it all possible.

When you're home you can pride yourself on knowing your contribution will carry on long after the dust has gone from your kit.

I enjoyed being a part of your team. It was a joy and I don't regret a minute of it. If ever you go out again, drop me a line - I could be severely tempted!

Thanks and safe trip. Keep posting!


3:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The best to you and yours. Know that any time you are in or around New Orleans you have a place to stay and friends to share it with. Mrs. Sir Big Lou

7:39 AM  
Blogger The WordSmith from Nantucket said...

Thanks for the important work you've been doing; and for sharing and relaying some of your experience and opinion onto this blog.

Good luck and don't stop blogging!

12:17 PM  
Anonymous DG said...

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8:55 AM  

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