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No letter today. I know he is busy but I am really disappointed.  I sent him 2 different questionnaires to make it easier and still nothing.  I really want to know his Nuke Rate, how he is doing on his running and how he did on fire arms. This is supposed to be his weekend to call but with Mother's day I don't know if he will be able too.

NO NEWS IS GOOD NEWS!          NO NEWS IS GOOD NEWS!     repeat

The good news is, his graduation in in 2 weeks and he is still at boot camp. I am so proud of my guy.  Go Josh Go! Stay Strong, I love you, Miss you, You got this.

Semper Fortis

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Comment by maristar2 on May 11, 2018 at 2:35am

Hi Kbpoohbear, Sorry to hear you havnt received a letter or your questionnaires from your son im sure he is busy and working hard to do well. I hope he gets an opportunity to call you this weekend for Mothers Day that would be very awesome :) Wow! 2 more weeks & you will be at his PIR it is such a beautiful, emotional, proud moment. Congratulations!  Wishing you have a happy Mothers Day and prayers for your son to pass the final steps!

Comment by Kbpoohbear on May 11, 2018 at 3:31am
Thank you Maristar

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