Sean has been gone for almost a month and he seems to be doing well. When ever I read one of his letters it makes me feel so happy to know this man. He is growing soo much and it definitely comes through on paper. It may sound crazy but it's like he's on his own mission in some ways. He regrets not going on a mission but has always understood that things happen for a reason and says he wouldn't take back alot of his mistakes cuz they got him to where he is today. He is able to go to an Lds church on base every Sunday and he also has a couple of members with him so I am glad to hear that he has a support system out there. They are busy from the minute they wakeup .... 4am 'till they go to bed at night but he says it gets hard sometimes cuz it's not like he's at relief society and can talk all day. They hardly get moments where they can just shoot the breeze, so he is constantly thinking all day long about everything. He would love to hear from his family and friends so if you would like his address let me know and I'll for sure give it to you. Also If you go to my facebook page I have a link from his company, they post pictures of Sean's batallion every couple of days, so that we at home can see what our soldiers are up to. It's awesome!!! I love him so much and can not wait to see him in a couple of months. Porter understands he is gone he is always saying "Daddy bye bye Army" and when he saw Sean's picture on the computer the other day he went crazy kissing and hugging it, such a daddy's boy :)
Me and Sean have been married for 6 years. We have Porter who is four years old and Lois who is one. Life is great and full of surprises, but we are grateful for each day that we spend together as a family and for the many experiences that we have.