Monday, December 21, 2015

Spread Some Christmas Cheer


My son-in-law is on his second deployment this year  
after a brief time in the states 
during which time he and my daughter had to relocate across the country. 
He left before the ink was dry on the lease for their new place! 


Sailor Boy (aka Bud) and Teacher Girl
USS Kaufmann Homecoming in Norfolk, VA earlier this year. 

He will not be home for the holidays. 
Will you wish him and the ship's crew a Merry Christmas? 
You can go to the ship's facebook page and wish them a Merry Christmas -
 https://www.facebook.com/USSHIGGINS/
Or, if you prefer,
leave a comment below and I will be sure he sees it.

It won't take long and will mean so much   
to the sailors to know they are not forgotten 
while we are enjoying good, random holiday fun.
Thanks everyone! 

I'll be home for Christmas 
If only in my dreams. 
-Bing Crosby 





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26 comments:

  1. wishing you and your son (and his shipmates) and you family a beautiful Christmas + 2016!

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  2. Lovely couple...Merry Christmas.

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  3. Cute couple! I hope everyone aboard ship has a great Christmas in spite of not being home for the holidays!

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  4. sorry he can not be home for the holidays, headed over to send them wishes...

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  5. Thanks for your service, sir!









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    Warm ALOHA,
    ComfortSpiral


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  6. Ahhhh... that's hard. We have been there many a times... our "big" transition in October was retirement from the military because they wanted to separate us again, this time for 20+ months... after 8 deployments we said no way. So, I totally get this. I'll be keeping your daughter and son-in-law in my thoughts for sure. Merry Christmas!

    Lisa from Life Thru the Lens

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  7. I left them a nice Christmas wish. It's tough to be away at this time of year, but these are tough people.

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  8. You must feel heartbroken about it. I wish Bud a Merry Christmas and a safe return home.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  9. My Dad left on many a deployment and I know how your families feel. Bless you all! Be strong and know your loved ones, and people you don't even know are sending prayers up for your safety and quick return home! Merry Christmas!!!

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  10. Sorry he can't be home but thank you for his service!

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  11. Wishing you all a Merry Christmas! That song always brings a tear to my eye.

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  12. What a good looking couple! It is SO right that he and his friends realise that they are being thought about while they are away!

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  13. What a good looking couple! It is SO right that he and his friends realise that they are being thought about while they are away!

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  14. Perfect song-being a navy brat I totally understand the mindset of not having family around-letters become very important-please thank him for his service

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  15. Merry Christmas and a happy and peaceful New Year for you and your loved ones!
    Regards from Germany, Uwe.

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  16. being apart is so tough, they are in my thoughts

    Mollyxxx

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  17. Praying he stays safe! Wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
    http://travelingbugwiththreeboys-kelleyn.blogspot.com/

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  18. That stinks that he won't be home for the holidays, but I am so grateful for the service of these fine young men. Stay safe and Merry Christmas.

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  19. Merry Christmas to all of you!

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  20. Hope they moved to a warm place (in winter), or...? A merry Christmas to all of you!

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  21. Thank you to you son AND your daughter for their sacrifice and service. Wishing you and yours a joyous Christmas season. Thank you for sharing at Song-ography.

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  22. That is a wonderful picture. And to answer your question about my "starts with k: post, I had a photo prompt earlier that week for starts with k and thought the necklace fit the prompt. I am late responding as I was getting ready to head out of town.

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  23. That is a wonderful picture. And to answer your question about my "starts with k: post, I had a photo prompt earlier that week for starts with k and thought the necklace fit the prompt. I am late responding as I was getting ready to head out of town.

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  24. What a great picture! Happy New year!

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