Is there such a word to describe how I feel about this trip?
I have been separated from my dear husband for two and a half months, not hearing his
voice everyday, only communicating through letters... it has been tough.
Everything in this trip fell into place. If that makes sense. I enjoyed every moment of this experience.
Thursday: Airman's Run, Coin Ceremony, Tap Out, Tour the Base.
On the Airman's Run I was in a pretty ideal spot for seeing Jake.
I got lucky, my first glimpse of him was just that, a glimpse. He saw me and sneakily smiled and waved at me. My heart just skipped!
Coin Ceremony was neat, but dragged on. I was ready to see my Airman! Haha
Tap Out is where the Airmen stand at ease and the loved ones go and "tap" their man....give them a hug and a kiss(wives & girlfriends of course)
My heart was racing as I walked over to where Jake was standing.
What a great moment that was!
It's an indescribable thing to be reunited with your loved one.
I loved it. :)
Friday: Graduation Parade, Tour of Dorms, Town Pass.
The actual graduation was way cool to witness. I tried to post some the videos I had on here, but it won't work, I'll just post them on Facebook.
I then got to see where he lived for 8.5 weeks. Astonishing how neat it all was. Haha
Jake was on the laundry crew, I finally got to see where he spent a lot of his time. :) I
believe Jake will be doing the laundry and folding from now on ;) Ha. Just kidding babe(sorta)
Then Town Pass! Wahoo! That was fun.
Saturday: Town Pass=Riverwalk.
Again, way fun.
Sunday: Our Last Day.
We spent this day very well.
Most important: we took the Sacrament.
We went to take pictures of the planes and of each other of course :)
My favorite part of this trip? Besides everything? Our talks. the Best.
What a weekend. I loved it. I love my Airman. I'm so proud of him and what he's accomplished.
He is my Hero.
Miss Mabel H.
P.S. I saved the best news for last.
I am going to Mississippi after all to be with Jake.
That just puts the cherry on top.