News from Baghdad

A small spot to describe to a certain extent what it is like for the soldiers here in Iraq. I must remain anonymous as there may be some who would view this as an "official" posting, however, it is not. Just some personal views on the politics and public views in this war that has been to oftentimes tainted by the sensationalism of the media.

Name:
Location: Home, United States

I enjoy my job to the fullest, regardless of the political climate at any particular time. My family and my soldiers are the central focal point of my existence as well as my religious viewpoints.

Wednesday, November 10, 2004

10 November 2004

To all of my husbands faithful readers of "News From Baghdad" He had a safe journey back to Iraq. Unfortunely his internet service is down at this time and he can not "Blog". Please keep checking back as I'm sure he will have lots to say when he can get back online. Thank you for all your support of Jay and his soldiers as well as all other soldiers who are fighting this War and their families. "God Bless You All."

Until Jay's next "Blog" Stay safe.

At home wife waiting for News From Bagdad. :-)

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

This must be very hard on you,
you and your family are in our prayers.
Connie

10:24 PM  
Blogger Peter V said...

When we pray for the soldiers, sailors, and marines in Iraq and Afganistan we include their families. We will say a special pray for the soliders families.

10:50 PM  
Blogger Ramrod said...

Thank you for the update. We miss him when he doesn't post. Looking forward to hearing the straight scoop from Baghdad.

God Bless you, every one.

2:19 AM  
Blogger D said...

Hello wife at home!
God bless you for YOUR sacrifice, which is being without your husband while he serves his country! My thoughts and prayers are with you both.
God bless you.

4:00 AM  
Blogger deerdancer22 said...

Same here. Every day I hold all of you in my heart with prayers.

Blessings for safety,
Jillaurie

4:38 PM  
Blogger Miss Prissypants said...

Thank you for your post. Like all of Jay's other readers, I always keep you in my thoughts and prayers, as well as Jay. I'm so glad he was able to come home and spend some time with you, and I hope the days until his return go by quickly.

I look forwared to reading his reports, even at the same time saddened that he has to be so far from home.

6:32 PM  

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