Thursday, September 09, 2010

The Post You've Been Asking For

Jeffrey is home!!!!

We left last Tuesday night and got back late Sunday night. Since then it has been busy as usual. Here are some pictures from our trip.

The banquet was fabulous. I felt honored to be a part of it. The food and company were outstanding. The room was a bit warm. I became dizzy when the speaker was talking and had to go to the lobby area. I was embarrassed to get up, but it would have been more embarrassing if I'd have passed out.

This is Chaplain Candidate Crubaugh. He was such a blessing to Jeffrey. I hope that they will stay close.

Carson, Colin, and Ryan waiting for graduation to start.
The excitement was a bit too much for Carson.

The Graduate shaking hands with the Commandant.

The EdVenture Children's Museum

The USS Yorktown in Charleston

The Angel Oak Tree on John's Island, SC

The Magnolia Plantation in Charleston
We payed good money to walk around and get eat up by mosquitoes!

The owner of the plantation was a preacher. He sat on the bench where Jeffrey is sitting to write his sermons during the Civil War era.

Currahee Mountain
Toccoa, GA
Home of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment
(the original Band of Brothers)

Toccoa Falls


  1. Hi! So glad to meet you too. I'm only sorry we didn't have more time to talk. Go figure - when we first saw each other, Scott was being pulled away to line up for the receiving line because first platoon had to be there "right away"...only to stand around and wait for 15ish min. haha - I'm learning...that's the army: hurry up and wait. Just gotta laugh. :)

    Looks like y'all had a good time with some little sightseeing afterward too. Glad to see it and happy for you that your hubby's home!

    Who knows - maybe we'll run into each other again someday. :) (And I agree, the room was quite toasty on banquet night).

  2. So glad that all went well. I know you all are excited to have Jeffrey home!! :o)

  3. Your dress is so beautiful!
    I love seeing all your photos. I'm sure Jeffery is happy to be home with his family.


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