I’ve tried to keep friends and family updated about my wife’s job situation via Facebook, but those posts tend to get lost in the shuffle, now buried under hundreds of other posts. Here is the latest.
Today marks the fifth anniversary of the day we got the keys to this house (see First Blog From The House). As with most things, it sometimes seems longer than that and sometimes seems like a blip. See previous House-iversary entries. • First • Second • Third • Fourth • Most of the negatives/positives I’ve[…]
Thank you to everyone who reached out via email, telephone, text messages, Twitter, and Flickr (I think that covers all the ways that people contacted us). My wife was not at work during today’s shooting at Ft. Hood, unlike Nov. 5, 2009, so she learned about it from Gawker, which she reads on her phone,[…]
H-E-B (supermarket) in the morning. Schoepff’s BBQ in Belton for lunch. Afternoon: Ft. Hood & Killeen mall. Evening: leftovers for supper. After watching The Voice, my wife and Rebecca headed off to bed. J.P. & I watched reruns of Newsradio for a couple of hours.
Marline, Rebecca, Ludmia, and Isis at an entry to Ft. Hood, Texas (Copyright © 2012 by Wil C. Fry. All rights reserved.)
Yesterday, Rebecca had her first visit to Ft. Hood, Texas, and saw her Mommy’s workplace for the first time.
Thank you to everyone who called, emailed, or commented on the blog, checking to see if we were okay yesterday. (Read yesterday’s post.) It’s pretty scary when something like that happens nearby, especially when one’s wife is in the thick of it. We’re all calmed down now, and my wife is off work today and[…]
Update (8:20 p.m. CST): My wife arrived home safely at 8:25 p.m. Thanks everyone for your prayers and well-wishes. Update (7:10 p.m. CST): The base is coming out of lockdown. My wife says she’ll now be allowed to leave the base, but every car will be thoroughly searched. It could take two hours for the[…]