...You've got a piece of my heart in your hands now
*You've trained him well. His exact words to me were, "We'll be ok. Got the best squad anyone could ask for."
I had a nice long chat with Justin last night. I know he hated to tell me his deployment will be 6 months and not 4. That was a hard pill to swallow. So now I'm looking for ways to soothe my heart and soul.
Then it occurred to me as I walked out to get the morning paper & I looked up to see a beautifully lit moon, that even tho my J-bird is 1000's of miles away from me-we share the same moon, the same sky, the same stars & I smiled & was comforted...my silver lining.
* Linking up with Kat over At KES for our photo-heart connection...It was definitely this one.
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If you are a mother, than you will totally understand that where ever your children go-a piece of your heart goes with them. Mine just happens to be in a desert over in the Middle East. My heart won't be complete until he is home safe and sound & surrounded by loved ones. BTW...he is well for those that have been asking.