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Ross!

Jun
12


Ross has been home for the past few days and will be here a week. Boot camp starts June 17.

He was as excited as ever to have his picture taken.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on June 12, 2010  

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  1. 6-12
    2:11
    am

    Hey, at least he didn’t cover his face with his hands like 2 of my daughters do! lol

  2. 6-12
    2:37
    am

    Good Luck with Boot Camp Ross!! Suzanne, now you get to to wear the Navy Mom t-shirts :)

  3. 6-12
    7:11
    am

    The best thing I ever did for myself was to join the service when I was just his age. Good Luck and God Bless Ross. And Thank you for serving.

  4. 6-12
    7:24
    am

    Maybe he should start with the push ups now and some running so it wont be as tough starting off. I’m sure he’ll be fine,just sayin. :)

  5. 6-12
    7:47
    am

    He’s far to handsome NOT to have his picture taken!
    Good Luck to Ross, and to mom next week.

  6. 6-12
    8:03
    am

    Maybe he hasn’t left for Boot Camp yet, but Ross is alrady a military MAN. He has the look…a calm determination to do what is the best thing for protecting and serving our Country. Thank you, Ross. We are all proud of you. And thank you, Suzanne, for raising a fine young man.

  7. 6-12
    8:33
    am

    THANK YOU Ross….and Godspeed whever you go. Thanks Suzanne for raising a fine young man, and for lending him to US.

  8. 6-12
    8:48
    am

    LOL…my son has that SAME smile;) Hope boot camp goes well, mine leaves on June 30 for Fort Benning, GA.

  9. 6-12
    9:15
    am

    From a 10 year vet, wife of a 31 year vet, mom of a Marine, daughtr of many vets, thank you for your service, Ross. And thanks, Mom!

  10. 6-12
    9:42
    am

    As mom of two Army sons and one serving in Afghanistan right now after being called up again…Thanks Ross! You’ll be up here in my neck of the woods.

  11. 6-12
    10:00
    am

    Much Love and Success wished to you Ross!! And your proud MAMA!!
    God Blessings Wished to you!!
    Granny Trace

  12. 6-12
    2:21
    pm

    Thank you Ross and God bless.

  13. 6-12
    4:22
    pm

    Well wishes for Ross from our Army family! Thanks for serving this great nation of ours!! Young men like you make us all proud.

  14. 6-12
    6:09
    pm

    God Bless, Ross and THANK YOU for all that you will be doing to keep this country safe. Without the military and God we would not be the great, free nation that we are. And the majority of us want to stay that way!

    And THANK YOU Suzanne! You do more for us than you will ever know.

  15. 6-12
    7:05
    pm

    Thank you for your service Ross.

  16. 6-15
    11:14
    am

    Ross- Fair winds and following seas. You will soon learn what that means. God bless you and watch over you. Thank you for choosing to serve.
    Suzanne-They used to say the toughest job in the Navy was Navy Wife, but that’s not true. It’s Navy Mom. Remember, one day at a time. I will carry you close to my heart as you go through boot camp.

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