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cinder
  • Female
  • San Diego, CA
  • United States

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A little about me:
mother of a son in C School.
I am here to support my
Son/Daughter
Stage of (Sailor’s) Navy career?
Enlisted
When I heard “Navy,” I...
Was proud and encouraged it

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At 10:05am on March 20, 2013, GFTatter said…

Cinder... strokes are scarry. Please take care of yourself at this time! You need to be at your best healthwise, so you can focus on what the Drs are saying and doing. I will keep you and your husband in my heart. I hope they figure things out soon.

Lauren

At 5:37pm on June 29, 2012, AndrewB/Mom said…

Thank you for your input about will he or not- I really am having a hard time about it and I will support his decision no matter what. Thanks for reaching out to me I reall appreciate it. Thanks Sue- New York

At 9:38pm on May 9, 2011, navymom3 said…
just thought I would let you know I met your son while in Pcola this weekend. He is a very nice young man.
At 1:35pm on April 9, 2011, navymom3 said…
My son is James Goad
At 1:34pm on April 9, 2011, navymom3 said…
My son is CTM.
At 11:32am on April 3, 2011, rorysmom(Ship13Div244) said…

Hi Cinder...How are you?  Just got back from a 9-day trip to see my son at Corry!  I drove his truck to him (along with his fiance') and have to say it was one of the greatest trips I've ever done...2125 miles and worth every second of driving! 

I believe you had asked how tough CTT school was...My son seems to be doing really good in his CTT class. It is tough but he finished middle of pack with his grades - either a 92 or 94%. He said the lowest score in the class was an 89%.  I have to laugh cuz this is a kid I could barely get thru high school and then he tested high on his entrance test! Figures...I always knew he had it in him!  He has finished A school and started C school this past week.  He will finish this on July 20 and then take 2 other short classes.  He is 6 year CTT so he did alot of the classified stuff in A school and now this is the maintenance part of the school and he said he likes it alot!  Has your son started school yet?

So sorry about the delay in your question! Would love to get together some time...we could meet half way!

Take care!  Kim

At 11:26pm on February 10, 2011, Mayflower said…
My son signed up for 6, how about yours?
At 11:23pm on February 10, 2011, Mayflower said…
I'm not really sure how he's doing. I've only gotten the 1 letter and 1 call. He usually muddles through, so I'm sure he's fine. But it would be nice to hear even a grunt in response to how are you doing?
At 6:03pm on January 25, 2011, Navy for Moms Admin said…

Welcome to Navy For Moms!

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Enjoy your time here! I look forward (along with the community) to reading more about you! :) 

-Colleen

 
 
 

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