Sean's homecoming: delayed. I can't say that I'm surprised that there was a major hiccup in his return, but I am disappointed. I have mentally checked out and accidentally got my hopes up. A bit. too. early.
This week, what I thought would be the last week of the deployment, has been the worst. By far. Emotionally and mentally, anyways. I guess I assumed it would be full of excitement.
That said, my prayer has been that God will get him home in His time. Not mine. The delay really doesn't make a bit of sense, so I'm not second guessing that it's anything other than a God thing. I just want him home WHOLE, so if it takes a couple extra days or weeks, so be it.
Watching Army Wives last night was not great for me. Did any of you see it? It's the closest thing to reality as far as the emotions of a wife are concerned. Reading the Facebook comments on their fan page kinda made me roll my eyes, though. A lot of, "I hope they all come home safe!" Um, it's a tv show. If you want to hope for somebody, hope for the real life soldiers.