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Anyone out there who has a sailor that arrived Boot camp Thurs 03032011 I would love to hook up with you all so we can share this experience together. 

My one & only arrived last nite about 22:45 est.  I knew the call would  be short.  I felt all prayed up, had my ups & downs while he was at MEPs for 2 days prior, but this last call seemed to be the end. This morning I woke up feeling like it is just the beginning for Matt & his great life in the Navy.  Also for my husband & I being empty nesters. 

Please friend me if you would like to sail this journey together. 

Much love & big bear hugs, Katie

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Mee too !!   FINALLY............today.  Mine said that he couldn't write letters until his 3rd sunday which would be next Sunday.  But he said, "write letters now!"  LOL  that is so funny coming from my kid.  But I'm excited I can start making arrangements now!!

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