---Alice Abrams

Friday, April 23, 2010

Our Hero is Enroute Home!!!

On the way to Camp Pendleton

"Graduation" Day


Our grandson, Robby, is on his way home and will touch down in Oklahoma City tomorrow night to spend some time with his mom, dad, sister and niece - then they'll bring him to CA, where he'll be stationed at 29 Palms. They'll stop here in a couple of weeks, so we'll get to see first hand if he's put some meat on those bones!!!

We give thanks to God for bringing him safely through his tour in Iraq!


Empress Bee (of the high sea) said...

oh gracie thank god! i have tears running down my cheeks now. welcome home hero!!!

smiles, bee

Traveling Bells said...

WOOHOO...yes, I am SHOUTING!!! Really good news that put a big smile on my face. He has gone from a cute guy to a handsome young man. I'm sure you'll see lots of changes in him...and can't wait to get your hands on him! What a blessing.

Big hugs...

Sarge Charlie said...

Amen. Welcome home Robbie and thank you for your service to our nation.

Sarge Charlie said...

welcome home Robbie and thank you for your service

Finding Pam said...

H Gracie, I came from Sarge's blog to say praise God that your grandson has made it out of Iraq.

Please thank him for his service and dedication to protect our country.

Many blessings to you and your family.

Sandee said...

I saw this over at Sarge Charlies. I'm so very happy for you honey. Such wonderful news.

Have a terrific day and weekend. Big hug. :)

Anonymous said...

Woo Hoo for coming home safely! Give him lots of lovies and home cookin'! And thank him for his service for me, please!

Big hugs xo

Travis Cody said...

Please pass on my thanks to your Marine for his service.

Kanani said...

Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful. And 29 Palms is not too far from where you are, I'm sure you'll be out there once a month for a nice visit!

Anonymous said...

Hi Ms. Gracie !

Congratulations and prayers of thanks for your grandson Robbie's safe return. Please give him a thank you for his sacrifice, commitment, and service. I imagine that all of you are excited for him to be stateside. Knowing your love for your family and him, I am not surprised if you are about to burst until you can see him and give him a big hug (the type of hug that only grandma's can give!).

Peace, hope, joy, and love to you and your family.

P.S. Oops, almost forgot - the photos you shared in your previous post of the Kern River environs are phenomenal. What a celebration of Spring!

Take care of yourself.


Maggie Moo said...

Thank God indeed! I am so happy to read this news. :)

Desert Songbird said...

Semper Fi to your grandson, and a big "Praise God!" for Robby's safe return.

Now, please keep my nephew-in-law Shawn in your prayers; he's back in Afghanistan with the U.S. Army for the second time and will be there for about a year. He's already done one tour there and two tours in Iraq. :(

katherine. said...

Hey Gracie...that is really great.

Thank him for us too!

Linda said...

That's one handsome grandson you have there and quite the sharp Marine. A big salute to him and thank you for his service to our country!

Welcome home, Robbie! We're all so proud of you even if you don't know who we are!