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My name is Sharon and I have a son in Ship 09 Div 046.  I received my letter today.

Hi Sharon,

I got a letter from my son in the mail yesterday. Was so happy! I need to go check and see if the form letter came today. I mailed out three letters this morning. Going to go check the mail now...

I received his form letter today and his first letter.  It was great to hear from him.  He sounded good.  He said most of what they have done is learn to make their beds and march.  They have mastered making the bed but need to work on marching.  I mailed 12 letters today.  They were from family members.  We all wrote notes to him on Thanksgiving.

Awesome! No form letter yet...Seems to take a little longer to get to Montana. He'll be so happy to get so much mail. I've been very selective with his address. Don't want anyone to send anything and get their DIV in trouble. LOL. My son's letter was short, but very sweet :)

The 12 letters were from aunts, cousins and siblings as well as me.  He will receive a lot of mail.  Our church has a program called Operation Mail Call that sends mail to service members in our congregation.  Hopefully, your letter will arrive soon.  Georgia isn't quite as far away.

That's really nice....

I'm gonna have to write lots to keep up!

was there a password in the form letter for the gate pass download?  I never did get the form letter from my son, he said he sent it , but it never came.  If There is a password could you let me know what it is please.  Aparently the password is the same for the entire division.  I called them today to get this info. you can email me sherees11@gmail.com

Hi Sharon! My son is also in Div. 046. Would love to meet you at the PIR :)

Good Morning to Div 046!

Good Morning Samantha!!! How's the weather in Montana? Cali weather is so weird, it's been cold the past few days and now we're having a heat wave, lol!  How many more days 'til PIR....53 days and counting. Can't wait! Maybe our form letter will come this week and hopefully another nice letter from our kids :) They should be able to write one today, they are on a holiday routine from 7am-1pm on Sundays. Check your mailboxes on Wednesday :) Have a wonderful Sunday ♥

Good Afternoon!  I would love to meet everyone at PIR.  I can't wait.  I can't wait for another letter.  My son seemed pretty positive in his letter.  He only had 10 minutes to write his first letter but did write something on the back of the form letter later. 

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