But I have to share because I'm so happy I would dance if it didn't hurt so damn much. My Son, my only child, is now out of Iraq and safe in Kuwait waiting for transport back to Ft. Riley, KS, where he's stationed. Poor baby has had one long deployment and he's very anxious to get back home and i'm really anxious to have home. I won't get him home to California until the 2nd week in May, but right now, just knowing that he's out of that hell hole and safe is enough for me.
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