Hey guys, it's Brian. First some lovely pictures of the boys.
We like Marie's new bed
It's really comfortable
Her dog is another story
Ahhh, home again
It's nice to be able to sleep with a friend
No, daddy. It's UP, DOWN, A, B, X, Y, not Y, X
I'm ready for my bath
Yay! Charmin bag
Posing for the camera
And know on to the news.
We really enjoyed being able to be back home for so long. It was a welcome refreshment. If we didn't get to see you, we're sorry. We'll make sure to catch you some other time. Thanks to our family for putting up for us for so long.
Now the real news. As some of you may know, I've been having a lot of trouble with my job recently. I've gotten in trouble a few times (nothing major) as well as me and my superiors have disagreed on a few things. We've prayed for a solution for some time now, and for better or worse, God has decided to answer our prayers. On Wed, Jan 14, 2008, I was called into my commanders office and handed discharge paperwork. It is a General discharge, under honorable conditions, for those of you who know what that means (Google can be very helpful if you don't). We're in the process of finding out what all benefits I will retain as I go to my outprocess appointments. We plan to stay in Georgia so that Jeanette can finish her schooling, so I'm currently looking at job opportunities that will allow us to survive till then. I have been told that it will be the end of this month or the beginning of next month when the paperwork will be completed and I will officially be out of the Air Force. We know that God will take care of us and we thank all of you for all past and future prayers for us. We are both excited and anxious about the coming days. Hope is springing anew in my life, and we cannot wait to see where it may lead. And though we do not know what God has planned, we joyfully wait to see it come to fruition, and will praise the day that it does.