Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Traveling to and fro....

Well hello again! First as all thank you to all of those that continue to show support to my brother and I by checking out our blog. We really appreciate it. And as we come to a time of leaving and going here and there, we want to express that the comments posted on here and the words of encouragement are always welcomed, appreciated, and make us feel better. Thank you!

Traveling to and fro...well her I sit all broken hearted, tried to... ok seriously, I won't go there. If you know the rest of that, cool. If not...look it up. The best place to find the end of that little rhyme is in an Army porta potty. So anyway, here I sit in an airport waiting to leave....well, I'm pretty excited because I'm going home. Home to see my honey that I love very very much. It's really completely different when there's someone at home waiting patiently for your return. It's nice, really nice. Anywho, so I'm sitting here in an airport that I've only been in once, and that was the other day when I got here. It's not a bad place. It's a little rainy. Little chilly. A little depressing...but just a little. I needed a little sunshine today to help me feel better, but that wasn't in the forcast. But I guess it's snowing back home. That sounds like fun. I'd much rather take the snow over the rain and blah that comes with it.

So, I wonder...I wonder how many people follow this blog and where they live. ?? Now, I know my folks take a look once in a while, and my family in WV or Ohio look once in a while, but I'm curious as to who else follows this and where they live. I remember one time while I was in Iraq we got a comment from a guy in IN that was super cool. I think he even emailed me once or twice. He invited me up to IN if I was ever that direction to come ride motorcycles and hang out in his neck of the woods. Pretty cool. I think it would be really cool if you're reading this, click on the comment tab and just put a nickname or your name if want, and your location. That'd be pretty cool. I guess it brings it down a little more to a personal level. I also remember getting this card from a 6 year old while in Iraq...I carried that card in my chest pocket the rest of the time I was there. If I ever needed a smile, I knew one was close. Now a days, I know a smile is always close, no matter where, when, or what is going on...her name is Leslie. But any who...if you don't mind, post a comment. Name and location. THANKS!

Well, I think that's about all I've got on my mind for now. I think I'll watch the basketball game that's on the tv, have a beer, and relax before my 4 1/2 hour flight. Again, thank you for your support!!

Out here,
SGT Wormy



Anonymous said...

Hi bud I'm a Vol In Nashville and check on ya'll every so often.

Thanks to both of ya'll for your service.

Ken Halliburton

Anonymous said...

I selected your name from the website and mailed your first package in July 2008. Hard to believe it's been that long! I have followed your "Two Brothers" blog since it began.

God Bless you in your journey and thank you again for your service to our country.

Indiana Mom

Ashley said...

I actually just found your blog today while searching for Afghanistan living conditions. My husband is set to deploy to Bagram at the end of the month...he's been there previously, but is still remembering the way it was when he was there in 2004.
Thank you both for your service. I hope that everything goes well for you on your deployments. Also, thank you to your parents to raise not one, but two who are willing to put their lives on the line for all of us back home.

Anonymous said...

Hey Guys. You should be stateside by now. Found your blog because I too googled the living conditions... I am inbound from Baghdad, where I work for the USO, and will continue to work for the USO @ Bagram. I should arrive 1 Mar.

Interesting read. Be safe back home boys. Hugs. Many thanks too.

Charlotte D.