Well, there's nothing like waiting till the last minute to post about stuff, but I have had very limited time on the computer since last Thursday....just 'real life' ,lol, getting in the way of 'cyber time'.
The high school production of Oliver! that my daughter was in from Thursday through Sunday was Very well done! :)
And now that I finally have some time to post, I think I'd first better mention the 2007 Milbloggies, over at Milblogging.com, for any of you who haven't seen that yet.
This is VERY late, as you'll notice it says....." All nominations must be submitted online through Milblogging.com by 5:00 pm EST on February 21, 2007. "
but then on Feb. 22 it will move into the Voting phase
" The top five nominees in each branch and country category will be announced on February 22nd and those nominees will move into the Voting Phase beginning February 22, 2007. The Voting Phase will close on February February 26, 2007. Instructions on voting will appear on the website on February 22, 2007. "
So get your nominations in quickly, if you haven't already, and then please be sure to stop by Milblogging.com and vote between Feb. 22 and Feb. 26 !
Something else to pass on, (which everyone readingthis has most likely already seen,lol )is about the Gathering of Eagles on March 17.
You can read more about it here
|MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2007 05:52 PM, CST|
As I shared in the previous entry, this year has been filled with many experiences. One of the experiences thatwe cherish is the connection we have made with so many brave Service Members and the families supporting them.
I write you today asking you to extend your positive thoughts, prayers, and love to a brave Soldier and his family.
I respectfully ask that no judgment or questions be extended on the family's decisions, but to just let them know that many positive thoughts and prayers for Ethan will be said.
Ethan was seriously wounded on March 5, 2006, and has had his family by his side ever since.
Ethan's story can be viewed at:
Saying a prayer for Ethan,
I'm adding Ethan and his family to my prayers, and ask that you will consider doing the same.
That's all I have to post for now.
God bless our Troops, and their families.