Saturday, April 24, 2010

Yellow Ribbon Ceremony


Today was the Yellow Ribbon Ceremony at my husband's Reserve Unit for the families. It was my first time ever going to a meeting or such for his unit. Being the reserves & all, it's totally different from active duty. But, me and my mother in law went & I'm glad we did. We were able to receive alot of different information & contact information for any help we may need during this deployment. It was also nice to meet a few of the wives finally face to face. I'm starting to feel much better about this situation now that I know some of the ladies in the same boat as me. I also volunteered to help out with the FRG, so I'm sure that will keep me busy some too. I'm not sure what's in store, but we will see:) All in all it was a great day & I was glad to be there supporting my soldier, haha!!!

5 comments:

Expat Girl said...

Thats great that you are getting involved with it all, if I has stayed by post for the year I definitely would have tried to help out

ancient one said...

I'm glad you and Sheila got to go. I'm proud of you for volunteering to help!!

Pen Pen said...

How exciting! This will make you feel closer to Matt while he is away! I'm so proud!

lmc said...

I'm a new follower! :)

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