Read about the experiences of an American military surgeon deployed to Iraq.
I went to the roof for coffee and found a winter wonderland! The first snow in Baladin 65 years!
Hokey Smokes! You're colder than we are in Albany, NY!
I'm so glad you got to enjoy the magic of the snow in Iraq! According to the news articles, it was a moment of delight in an area sorely lacking in moments of delight and joy. :) Happy New Year! (I know it's not Jan 1st, but it's close enough!)Melinda
hee hee--I love the snowy flamingos!!!
Is this proof that Hell did freeze over?
tx mom, My same very thoughts......hell froze over or the world is coming to an end!Guess I never thought about SNOW happening in that part of the world. Glad you had the chance to see it!Be well,Angel in KYhttp://journals.aol.com/cvgflydis/angels-thoughts/
AWESOME! I'm glad to see things are going well.
I found your blog,,, looking for snow in Balad!!! My son is in H26 TAB...yes Army! I am retired Air Force myself and I just want to say THANK YOU!!!! and Happy New Year to all of you over there, we think of all military...all the time. Susan Ouellette, USAF, RET. and Jim Schaefer, USA, RET.
I want to echo retjet and add that we think about you and talk about you all the time. My husband is retired army. I have only known him 4 years and my view of the world and view of the military has changed. Plus I love shopping at the commissary. I am looking forward to when we hear from you from Texas. Love, Mary Ann
Wow, the white stuff in Iraq! Way cool. Looks like you are having a good time standing in it.Have a good day, Chris, you deserve it.
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