Archive for July, 2007

Frosty Paws

Posted in Uncategorized on July 21, 2007 by kotacheyenne

4th Of July Fireworks

Posted in Uncategorized on July 5, 2007 by kotacheyenne

Disney’s Wishes from our driveway. 

happy 4th of july

Posted in Uncategorized on July 4, 2007 by kotacheyenne

yeah, they are the same photos from last year. Happy 4th of July from kota and Cheyenne.

back home

Posted in Uncategorized on July 4, 2007 by kotacheyenne

Back home feels good after being away for a while. Kota and Cheyenne took a little vacation of their own. they vacation in downtown orlando at the K9 Lounge. a place for doggies to play during the day- or have great sleep overs. they play with other doggies all day and then get a private room to sleep in at night. Great place. the only problem is when the come home they are POOPED for DAYS!!!!!! Kota hasn’t come up stairs once and cheyenne is out cold.

Graduation and Family Day

Posted in Uncategorized on July 4, 2007 by kotacheyenne

C&P from johnnyarmyman

what an amazing, aweinspring experience. the past 4 days have been worth the wait! Bonnie, Matt, Lizzy and I began the trip to Columbia South Carolina on Wednesday of last week. not a bad drive at all. 7 hours total. we arrived, checked in to the on post rental apartment at Jack’s Inn. a great place to stay, and a great eye opener for future post living. Retired early, we had a busy day on Thursday.

Family Day began at 10am outside the Solomon Center (just a big gym) we were briefed (this happens alot in the army) about the experieces of our soldier over the past 10 weeks and how much they have accomplished. shortly after this introduction we were told where we can meet our soldiers. B company was out to the Right.

alomost like a wheres waldo puzzle!!

after being reunited with family after 10 weeks, Johnny was issued a on post pass- go anywhere you like, on base, must remain in uniform, no drinking, no driving, must be back to the company area at 1900 aka 7:00pm.

He took us around and showed us the barracks “home” for the past 10 weeks. just as you would imagine it- a long row of bunk beds with university quality mattesses and locker space.

we were lucky enough to get a place on post to stay, so we spent the day relaxing, laughing, and catching up. since a birthday was missed, we celebrated.

army ACU’s

with family

Day 2- graduation-

9am at Hilton field. an awsome show by all.

B company is to the right of the flags.

now the next step– AIT- advanced individual training. where he will learn how to do his army job (MOS)

the school

and off he goes!

you make us all so proud!