I love my Army buddies.
This past weekend, on my son’s birthday actually, I had the opportunity to have lunch with one of my first supervisor’s in the Army (and part of her family) while I was stationed in Corozal, Panama at 56th Signal Battalion.
She holds a special place in our hearts because she took my wife into her home when my wife was pregnant with my son (our first born) and I was in PLDC (Primary Leadership Development Course) training in Kentucky in preparation to become a sergeant at the time.
My supervisor practically ordered my wife to stay with her and I am glad she did.
No matter how many years have past, there will always be a special bond with my Army family.
I love my Army buddies!
I love to have supportive friends.
I love to chat with friends that are willing to lend an ear and listen. I love when they encourage me to stay positive and that better things are coming.
I love to have supportive friends!
I love seeing old pictures of me running with friends in races.
I love seeing pictures. I love seeing old pictures. I love seeing old pictures of friends. I love seeing pictures of friends running, especially in races.
I love the memories of past races. Remembering the joy of the race with friends. And the celebration once the race is done.
I love seeing old pictures of me running with friends in races!
I love to have a supportive family and friends.
You are a blessing!
Sometimes unexpected things happen in life. Life gives you lemons.
It feels great that I can have your support while I make my lemonade. What more can I ask for? 🙂
I am truly blessed. Your words of encouragement inspire me to continue to do more, to continue on the path that I have started. Thank you for that.
I am very pleased that you have recognized the contributions that I have tried to make. Some have worked. Others haven’t. But I’ve learned from both.
That is one of the things life is about: Learning
Learning to live, learning to let go, learning to love!
I have learned a lot but there is still much yet to learn. I look forward to continuing the learning journey and taking the path less traveled!
I am forever grateful for your love and friendship!
I love to have a supportive family and friends!
I love to reconnect with old friends.
I love to connect with old friends (from elementary to high school), if not in in person, then at least online. I love to see their smiling faces and general signs of happiness.
I love that they are doing well for themselves and love to see their pictures with their immediate families.
I love to reconnect with old friends!