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I made this card over three weeks ago, but decided I couldn’t post it then because something was missing.  With there being no mistakes in crafting I held on to it until the time was right… and today is that time.  What was wrong and what did I do?

The left side of the Very Vanilla cardstock seems to empty.  So, I drew a line across the bottom with a real red and placed polka dots alongside the ‘see ya later’ stamp with basic black.  It filled in the empty ‘white space’ that was bugging me for weeks… LoL.

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Lesson Learned: When you think something is missing don’t be afraid to draw lines.  Use a ruler to keep them as straight as possible.

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“Miss You” My Friends at Home & Down Range

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During deployments the work day is long, anywhere from 12-16 hours a day, six days a week, and on-call on the seventh day.  No one complains and everyone comes together as a team.  We are the best of the best!  When you think about it, it seems like a long day, but since there is not much to do after work, like when we are home, many of us work out at the gym daily, go for a run, or hang out at the water hole aka Pete’s/community center.

We often run into our comrades continuing down range or making their way back home.  Well, tonight I ran into several co-workers from Travis AFB and boy were they a sight for sore eyes.  Their six month mission is complete and they are happy to be going home.  I will feel that way in five months and one week, but hey, who’s counting… LoL.

All I can say is that I have the best job in the world and if you are on your way to or way from down range, be safe.  Know that we at the Transit Center are here for you waiting for your return to get you back home.  God Speed my friends.  I am honored to serve beside you!

I dedicate this card to my friends back home and to my friends going down range.  I “MISS YOU” already!

Until the next post…

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