"The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams." ~ Eleanor Roosevelt

Friday, August 14, 2009

A Glimpse at Fort Knox

I found this on Youtube and thought you all might enjoy seeing a bit of what Justin might be going through. This all looks like things he would love. We got about a 20 second call from him yesterday morning at about 7:00 a.m. He only had time to say that he was there and safe and all of his clothes and supplies had been issued. We tried to ask a few questions but he said "gotta go I'm getting yelled at". What an experience!

9 comments:

Erin said...

It's crazy cuz there are several soldiers in there that looked like Justin to me... Man, what an experience he will have! The only thing I can't imagine is Justin without a smile on his face. He will be the happy soldier that is encouraging everyone to keep going!

Gosh I love that kid!

Thanks for sharing that with us

Amandawhatever said...

Hi this is Amanda i really feel bad for Justin i really hope he is ok

Are You Serious! said...

♥ I would not enjoy that!

Grammy Staffy said...

Well that looks a lot worse than I even imagined it would be. I think that the thing that makes me the saddest is thinking of our sweet,good natured, hard working, eager to please Justin getting yelled at and cussed at.

I love our Justin so much. I am very proud of him and pray for him through out each day....and you too dear. Love, Mom

Mindy and Ernie's Clan said...

Im so worreyd about Justin. You must be sad that he is gone.
I will pray for him so he will be ok.
I love you. Claire
please come see my blog. I put on new pichirs on it.

Marie said...

I know this will be a really challenging experience for Justin, and for you all. It's not easy. I'm sure Justin's good nature and his faith will help to carry him through all that these next weeks will throw at him. xxoo

Danielle Christiansen said...

I could never do that. he is so strong. he will make it through

KATE said...

Wow! What a tough kid he is!!

JoJo and Ralph said...

Lynell... This is Kaci Little from Corona. I have the best memory of you. I was just barely 12 and you were a Laurel and I was going to baptisms for the dead for the first time and I was terrified. Luckily, I ended up in Bishop Sandberg's car with you and you made it so that I had THE GREATEST EXPERIENCE and I just wanted to say thank you so much for making a difference in my life. You were always such an awesome example to me. What a beautiful family you have. You still look amazing.