For those who don't know: My husband was deployed to Iraq this past November. His grandfather recently took a turn for the worse and is only expected to last the week. My husband was contacted by the Red Cross and we picked him up at the airport today. We are all trying to reamain as positive and supportive as possible during these times. I don't know how often I'm going to be on this site this week. So don't think I'm ignoring anyone if you don't here from me. I know that I will definatly be back, though. I just wanted to let everyone know that your love and support has really helped me in dealing with all of this. My thoughts and prayers are with you all in your own personal struggles. Thank you so much!
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