Doc is home, the girls are thrilled to have daddy back and I am over the moon to have my best friend back with his family where he belongs - can you feel the "but" coming? - but everything is very strange. We have no idea what is going to happen and when. He's been told not to go back to work for several reasons - being around guys who are able to get back out there is not helping him. So he will be home with us.
From here we really hope we will head to a community based warrior transition unit north of Boston but when? Everything is foggy, if possible we know less about our future now that we did before he left.
One thing is certain our days as a military family are numbered. I told Doc this med board is a pretty extreme way to get out of the ball in the spring... When we get home I hope I am able to find the support I need but I don't know. They don't get it.
Right now I am going to try to just live in the moment as much as possible. Maybe brainstorm some names for what to call this blog when I finally turn on my ID.
Thank you so much for the messages of support and the prayers. I feel them and I need them.