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I have been enjoying reading the posts so far.  My son will be in BootCamp in July too!  Looking forward to getting to know some of you better.  

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My Son leave on July 11 also. I think I am done crying for now.... we are less than one week out, and I seem to be doing ok. Hopefully you are doing better now as well.

I have been doing OK...I can't believe it's next week already!  I haven't cried yet.  My eyes fill up a little when I think about it.  I think I am saving any tears for after he leaves.  I am so proud so I am focusing on that feeling instead.  It's hard.  

My son leaves on July 13, and it's getting harder and harder.  We have figured out something that helps, however ... whenever I start getting emotional or he see's me getting misty he just says "Mom, I'm still here" and it snaps me right out of it.  I shouldn't be missing him while he is still here!!!!  

I have been missing mine too and he is still here. I hug alot!

Liamsmom, I left info for you on your My Page.

God Morning, Not sure what time it is where you are but I am in Phoenix, AZ and it is 9:24 am very hot and Muggy. My son swore in July 5th 2017 and then was off to his new Journey in Great Lakes. I have to say I am very proud of my son. I just received his box of clothes yesterday and then on top of that his Graduation pictures. I am still just waiting for his next call home. But I was able to write him a letter.

My son left on July 11th, I am very proud of him but it is hard not hearing from him. 

My son left on the 11th and I still haven't gotten the box. Tessie have you gotten the box yet? Yesterday it seemed like everyone was getting the box and the form letter. I want to write to him so bad
My son left the 11th too. I got his box Friday but no letter yet!

My Son also left on the 11th. I missed his box on Friday. They should try to re-deliver today. I have been writing him everyday, even though I don't have an address to send them to yet. It seems to help me, I feel like I am talking to him.

Nicknukemom, I left info for you on your My Page.

Tessie, check your My Page.

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