Sunday, January 4, 2009

The Mind of a Soldier

A couple of indirect thanks are needed for this post.

First of all, MudPuppy, my first "adopted" SoldierSon. As I have mentioned numerous times, I have followed his blog, since I first discovered the blogosphere. He not only is a talented writer... he is a good soldier, he is an outstanding man, he is a son any mother would be blessed to call her own. I lift prayers constantly for Mudpuppy and his mom. In a recent post, MudPuppy spoke of how 'different' it is to phone home. I could not comment, although I wanted to... I simply needed to read and absorb. Hopefully, you will take the time to read MudPuppy's words, those are the words which truly matter.

Now, to Jormengrund who e-mailed an attachment of a video which he felt I could use on my blog. As it turns out, the link he sent held a glitch... following a few e-mails back and forth, I learned the video he suggested, was one I used in the past. Please revisit August, 2008 25 Million Hits. In the process of trying to find what I thought he sent me, I found the following... (I feel so confused, how about you?)

So...now that I have taken you over the river and through the woods... we finally arrive at a video which I feel is a "Must-Share". Please pause my playlist on the right sidebar and enjoy!

May Almighty God Bess each and every Airman, Soldier, Sailor and Marine.,,and the families who love them so.

6 comments:

Michelle said...

Thanks for your words of encouragement Airmanmom. You always say the nicest things. I hope I never have to go through the disconnected feeling you speak of.

AirmanMom said...

michelle...prayers to all of our servicemen and women who have so very much to deal with!

Julie said...

I read MudPuppy's blog all the time now, thanks to you....

AirmanMom said...

julie...Mudpuppy's blog is well worth the time! Thank you!

Armysis said...

I have been reading the blog by Mudpuppy. My brother is also in Afghanistan until almost the end of 2009. They left FT. Bragg and arrived at the same time.They aren't at the same FOB though.It's funny though, I was reading the blog where Mudpuppy was talking about some of the guys at Ft. Bragg and I swear one was my brother.

AirmanMom said...

armysis... it is a small world, so you just never know! If you would like to e-mail me your brother's address, it would by my honor to mail him a letter or package.
Thank YOU for your service!