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I got a call from my son today, I was at work  and my cell range, I let it go to voice mail  but it went off again. My client I was giving a hair cut to says someone wants to talk to you bad, so I picked up and heard HI MOM!  OMG!!! I hope every Mom get's to heat those words soon. 

He sounded so good, so up beat and happy. He had some dental work done. Said it wasn't to bad. 

Letters are so important he says. So even if your not getting them from your SR Keep sending them letters with positive reports  from home and small pix of loved ones. 

Hang in there our SR's will be Navy Men and Women before we know it......

I'm one HAPPY MOM!

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Comment by Coach Shelia on April 27, 2014 at 6:09pm
Awesome! I know calls make me happy dance!
Comment by connie on April 27, 2014 at 8:04pm

My son made it to boot camp on April 22,2014, I received his box this past friday. When will he get to call me, Glad you received a call from your son

Comment by Jlin SHIP03 DIV190 on April 28, 2014 at 10:17am

It seems to me calls from your SR have no rhyme or reason, some get calls in a week to week and a half some are still waiting.  I wish I could help more but I am so new to this that I just wait and see. I was told there is a day by day web site to go to, I went It is neat to look but I'm not sure how accurate it is. With talking to my son and what he has been doing he is 2 days ahead of the site. So I say hold on to that phone because you never know. You should be getting a letter soon with his Ship and DIV #'s and his address. Write often! even if you don't get mail back...... Good luck and hang in there. <3


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