And don’t ask me what 3/4 stands for because I can’t remember! I’m sure a Marine wife in the know will comment and tell us. LOL
The kids and I took a drive outside the gate today so I – actually Samantha did the snapping while I did the driving – could take pictures of some of the signs. There was someone out there already taking down her sign. They are keepsakes!
Here we are driving up to where the fenceline starts.
The beginning – behind the fence is one of the housing areas.
Some people use plastic cups to spell out words. Here is one example.
The rest of these are just a sampling. There were soooo many signs! Samantha took a lot of pictures! These are some of my favorites.
Lance Corporal New Daddy! I wish I could have been there to see him meeting his baby for the first time.
I have no idea what all the signatures are…I wish I could have read them.
“Welcome home, Chrissy. Love your goldfish.” LOL your goldfish??? Is that his “cutie” name or is it really her goldfish????
Quite the artist here.
Nice tie-dye action! Samantha was really impressed.
This girl put some serious time into this! That was a lot of ribbon to tie on. I wonder who she thinks will remove it???? LOL
Gotta love Grandma!
There were several of these “family” ones. So sweet!!
HEE HEE…there were .. um … several like this but some I sped past quickly so Samantha wouldn’t read them. LOL
SO CUTE! Made me all teary-eyed!
CRASH. CRASH. BOOM.
And this last one to share….there were so many…it was hard to choose. This last one is for CHARLIE! Welcome home, Charlie. We haven’t met yet but I’m sure we will soon. Charlie’s family is one of our new friends here at 29. I met Misty 5 days after we moved here and she made me feel so welcome and loved from that first day. I’m so glad we’ve met them.