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Thursday, June 21, 2007

21 June 2007, Well, I haven't been updating like I should be. Most of you understand, and I appreciate that. So far the one thing I am not ready for is grocery shopping. I enter the store and am like a kid in a candy shop. Can I have that? What about this? Way to many choices for me at the moment. Everything else is going really well. Miss Dub is at camp this week so Mrs. Dub and I have been having a couple of date nights. hehe.
Being back home has been wonderful. The weather is certainly unusual for this time of year in Oklahoma and it's amazing how parts of the country are in floods and other parts are in droughts. We need to spread this out.
My dial up connection at home is certainly an issue for me. I have tried to read several of my regular blogs but can't get the comment section to work for me. I'm looking at some options that will hopefully pan out soon.
Well, be safe and have a great day.

25 comments:

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

glad you are back dub! missed your daily read. i read somewhere that at&t has some deal for new users at ten dollars a month. i already have them in florida so i can't get it and here in georgia there is no at&t, only alltel, so can't get it here either, but it sounded good.

have fun my friend!

smiles, bee

Desert Songbird said...

Now, don't be messing up all the weight loss hard work by going nuts in the grocery store, Dub.

Well, even if you can't comment, many of us know you've been visiting when we see your face on our MyBlogLog widget. You'll comment when you can.

Have a great week "dating" - enjoy the freedom of being HOME!

Sunni Kay said...

Like Bee I use AT&T for my DSL. I have used DSL for years. It costs me about $30.00 a month on my phone bill.

Comedy + said...

I've been visiting your wife and she has been keeping us up to date on what is going on with all of you. Enjoy being back home. Just enjoy. You deserve all the smiles your are smiling. :)

Linda said...

Don't worry about keeping up over here. If you don't post then we know you're having a good ole' time out there in Oklahoma with the Mrs. Which is how it should be!

I know what you mean about the grocery store and I haven't been overseas! Too many good choices to make!

Gene Bach said...

Welcome home!

Travis said...

Hey there!

Yes, you can have one of those and take three of those and don't forget to fill up on those too.

The Gamin said...

Eat what you want for a while. You deserve to splurge.

MrsDub said...

This has been a wonderful week! I've really enjoyed having you all to myself. It appears MissDub is having so much fun at camp that she's forgotten about us. Coming back to work was hard, but it was awesome coming home and finding you waiting for me (big smile)! I'm glad that after 16 years, we can still have fun just being together!!!! ILUVU!

Dixiechick said...

Glad to hear from you. Just don't spend too much money in the grocery store... ;-) You'll gain all that you lost...

Aren't date nights wonderful? Tony and I have them every once in a blue moon... I love them.

Have a good week.

Ron Simpson said...

I am surpised you are on line at all! I figured MrsDub would be monopolizing all of your time for a few weeks.
Dial up??
Ditch the dial up. I get some spectacular speed from cable modem.

Deborah Aylward said...

Welcome home, sir, from a Canadian who appreciates your, and your family's, service. Good to know you are able to enjoy the good things in life again...your wife...your child...shopping. God Bless.

Veritas et Fidelis Semper

Kila said...

Funny you mention the grocery store--I've often thought that walking into American stores must be quite a culture shock for the returning soldier.

Enjoy!

Amazing Gracie said...

Hi! I'm reading a book in which a guy from India is positively amazed that our grocery stores have one whole aisle of nothing but different kinds of bread!
Enjoy getting your "sea-legs" again.
I'm just so happy you're all in one piece and home!
~~~Blessings~~~

Sarge Charlie said...

Welcome home my friend, I know what you mean about the grocery store, we were on Okinawa for 3 years and the only salad we had was cabbage, that was a culture shock...

Lois Grebowski said...

Enjoy your time home. And enjoy the time with Mrs. Dub alone.

::wink wink::

Aren't grocery stores great?

Rodrigo said...

Oi, achei teu blog pelo google tá bem interessante gostei desse post. Quando der dá uma passada pelo meu blog, é sobre camisetas personalizadas, mostra passo a passo como criar uma camiseta personalizada bem maneira. Até mais.

Wade Huntsinger said...

Hey Dub, I left our number on your email. Call me sometime and perhaps when we are out there we can break bread. You like steak...My treat for you and the family...

chtrbx said...

Thought I was going to get to shake your hand at the Cattlemen's,as I was in Norman visiting my son...but I missed the opportunity and was bummed...Glad you are back Sgtdub! and high fives and beer cheers and who knows,maybe I'll run into you at Sonic my next trip to OKcity!

DariDonovan said...

OMG Sgt, I have been gone waay too long and had no idea you were back stateside. WELCOME HOME, make every day as special as you possibly can. THANK YOU again for your wonderful and heroic service.

Bond said...

Glad all is going well Sir...

Odat said...

Hey...good to see you again...and take all the time you need to get back to reality.....and thanks again for your service!!!!
Have fun and take care of yourself!
Peace

Wade Huntsinger said...

Back in your neck of the woods. Call me if you can

Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

dub what is wrong? are you in depression? decompression? something is wrong. i can smell it. out with it!!

smiles, bee

MrsDub said...

Yes, I want to be home enjoying you and MissDub and NOT at work!