Straight from Bahrain

Jan
17

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Ross has been back from four months at sea for a few days, but only just now got his full liberty to come home for two weeks! He was at the door last night at midnight. Morgan and I were up, excited to see him! We have lots more stories to hear about, I’m sure, but last night he showed us the currency he brought back from the Kingdom of Bahrain. He spent a lot of time in the Indian Ocean.


Ross is back!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on January 17, 2014  

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  1. 1-17
    9:16
    am

    Home is where the heart is !!!!!! Enjoy and remember you are making your memories – good or bad.

  2. 1-17
    9:18
    am

    Beautiful currency.

    I know you are happy he is home, if only for a short time.

  3. 1-17
    9:41
    am

    Get your frying pan out cuz I’m guessing that boy is gonna want ALOT of mama’s home cooking!! :hungry:

  4. 1-17
    10:37
    am

    Yahoo! And you should be expecting grand babies pretty soon too, right?

  5. 1-17
    10:40
    am

    Thank goodness…safe and sound!

  6. 1-17
    11:24
    am

    I’ve just finished reading your book ‘An Adventure In Ordinary Splendor’, and I loved every word of it. I am so proud of you for all you have accomplished. You are an inspiration. I hope you write another book about Sassafras Farm. Lisa.

  7. 1-17
    12:15
    pm

    Happy to hear that he’s home. Sorry he missed hunting season. I’m sure you will be making many of his favorites.

  8. 1-17
    1:27
    pm

    Welcome home to your sailor.
    :wave:

  9. 1-17
    6:24
    pm

    Welcome home, Ross! Thank you for your service to our country. Hug your Mom for us!

  10. 1-17
    8:03
    pm

    You mentioned in a previous post that you were going to “try” to leave your Christmas tree up until Ross came home – did you?

    So glad he is home safe and sound.

  11. 1-17
    8:44
    pm

    Yay for you, yay for Selena, yay for everyone!

  12. 1-18
    2:07
    pm

    Welcome home Ross. God BLESS you.

  13. 1-19
    7:40
    pm

    My son is in portland, or. on business this week – If he needs help – I told him to look up holstein woman. I enjoy your comments. My granddau. is married to a guy from organ,,,,we have a lot in common.

  14. 1-20
    6:44
    pm

    :happyflower:
    What a wondeful time of the year for him to be home to spend some time with the family.
    Thank you Ross for what you do.

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