I send a long-distance hug.
Thoughts and prayers go with him.
I feel for you both my dear. I hate to spout platitudes but this one helps me:If you pray why worry? If you worry why pray?This will be as they must be and all the fretting in the world will matter not a whit. Keep the faith.
He's a hero - and he's not even 19 yet.... god bless him... Be proud ...
on Andy's blog he said Brian was 18 .. i see he IS 21 .. so ... well he's still a hero.
prayers and good wishes for the time to pass quickly and for the safe return of your dear son.(hugs)
My prayers with you as well. My stepson served two tours in Iraq - returned two and a half years ago. We spent every week thinking of a different way to make his and other men's lives less weary, even if only for a second. Girl scout cookies, salsa and chips, letters from school students - he confirmed once that m&m's never melted in the 4 weeks it took 48 1 lb bags to ship over there. licorice however, rather welded together. They mostly gave it to kids, but they said everything no matter the size they saw from USA reminded them of SOMEONE and gave them something to talk about for a bit. Making THEM worry less.I chatter too much, but dear, my prayers are with you all.
He's in our thoughts and prayers. Love,Wendy & all her boys
There are thoughts & prayers coming over from the UK as well. We're thinking about him...and about you!Janet
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