"We were having the same issue . That is why we drove to pick him up from Austin Texas. We thought about him flying back but the cab fair is crazy!! If he does end up flying he would arrive in Jackson at 7 pm on Friday evening. When will your son be…"
I am a Navy Mom, my son left for Boot Camp on October 5th. He is the youngest of four children and the only boy. This was very hard on all of his sisters, he is their baby brother. My nephew also joined the Navy and left the day before Cody did.
I am here to support or represent my:
Stage of (Sailor’s) Navy Career?
When I heard “Navy,” I:
Was proud and encouraged it
From my experience with the Navy, the most important thing I learned was:
That this is a decision that my son has made and I am very proud of him.He is missed everyday by his family but I am excited to see the man he has become>
Through this Navy experience, I now believe:
It was positive and maturing. Our relationship has grown stronger.
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