Originally Posted by WhiteDevil
Welcome and thank you both, him for his service and you for your service as an army wife. I am ex usarmy 63b light wheel mechanic (heard it went from heavy/light to one MOS now).
MTS isnt a bad thing to have, it really isnt.....it could be worse you could breed cats lol.
Seriously though, welcome and THANKS!
Also, I do care packages, if he has an APO we can send his platoon some much needed goodies. I also work with operation homefront alot and figure since I cant go there and throw bullets with the best of em I can make a difference at home.
Yeah - army has changed ALOT!! Mine is a 25u for ca
- communications geek. In fact he just found out today that he is not going to the war zone with his team due to budget cuts....must be bad if they can't afford to take the commo ncoic....but anywho...
Funny thing - I was just telling my hubby the other day I wanted to breed my Russian Seal Point Persian - ha ha ha - thought he was going to choke me, since according to him "everything in our house eats". hhmmm...including him, but he sticks around...so....ha ha j/k
He is on the home front right now - has been for 1 year and hates every second of it. He is an old dog and loves a good fight - devestated today when he found out only 10 of his 30 member ca
team is going. But if he stays behind - I will still bake for his team members just as if he was their, it is the right thing to do. But once his team goes - I will be happy to give you their info as I am sure they would appreciate it.
When my hubby was in Iraq before - every other weekend - my then 6 year old and I would bake for him - cookies, biscotti, muffins, breads, send snack foods, junk food, cards - anything we could to let him know how much we thought about it. In return - he shared it. He use to say that "regardless of rank, a homemade muffin can make any man smile while thousands of miles away in a war zone".
Thank you for all you do. For a wife - it means alot to know that their are others that care.