Hugs Vs Fast Food
Buzz and I
are thinking about someone far away
(flowers from our garden)
wishing there was some way
to send a "Real" hug his way
But since we can't,
we'll send our thoughts and prayers along with
a few reminders of home.
Of course, he doesn't care about all this Mushy Stuff.
Such a lovely post Geneva. I'm assuming Buzzling is your son. It must be very difficult to have him so far away. I'm sure you pray....a lot! Hope he comes home soon for a REAL hug and some good old fast food!ReplyDelete
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Blessings to your Buzzling, Geneva. I know you are proud of him -I also know that it makes your heart hurt to have him gone- xo DianaReplyDelete
Please thank him for his service. You must be very proud parents. Praying he'll return soon and get to eat his way through fast food row if he cares to!ReplyDelete
Hugs~ Theresa @ Finding Grace, Going Mobile
Awww...I am going to assume Buzzling is your son. It must be so difficult being away from him! Hopefully soon you can wrap your arms around him and give him a great big hug :) So thankful for his willingness to serve!ReplyDelete
Hugs to you!
Our prayers are with him and all the service men and women who keep us safe. It's hard to let them go. Just as it was hard for all the generations of women before us to let their husbands and sons go off to serve. Right now I have a nephew flying Blackhawk helicopters in Afghanistan. MimiReplyDelete
Glad you shared this post. Blessings to your son and all your family. I pray for all those serving especially when I put our flag up in the morning but other times too.ReplyDelete
We appreciate all the sacrifices the service member and their families make.
Buzzling..thank you precious man for your service. You are all in our prayers each day for all you do that you don't have to but choose to. Blessings to your entire family who also have to sacrifice while you're away.ReplyDelete
Very sweet post.ReplyDelete
I hope his tour is over soon and you can take him out for a fast food dinner!ReplyDelete