I can guarantee we'll be the only ones in the crowd of over 10,000 people with one of these!
No standard welcome home sign for me, they get lost in the crowd and they guys can't make out what's written on them anyways - the name of the game is for him to actually be able to spot us! Whaddaya think? Minnesota, here we come, just as soon as we grab him!
Well, I for one am not going to make it through this homecoming in one piece. Your lumberjack flannel Minnesota sign just reduced me to a blubbering idiot.ReplyDelete
Oh that is wonderful! Absolutely the BEST! You are so smart! The anticipation is horrible!ReplyDelete
Mama Pea, ha! So many people have white signs with light colored lettering I thought to myself, what screams "ME"?ReplyDelete
Apple Pie Gal, more "FUN WITH FLANNEL" LOL
What a great idea! No way he's going to miss that.ReplyDelete
That's a great idea!! I just can't tell you how excited we are for you!!ReplyDelete
Fantastic! He won't miss that sign. How are the boys holding up with all the anticipation?ReplyDelete
yay for the homecoming!!ReplyDelete
I have to ask...why do you go so early if you have to wait that long?
Hi Inkycrab! One reason is that we come to see the ship pull in - it's an amazing sight with all the sailors manning the rails in their dress uniforms, you don't want to miss that, unfortunately it takes a long time after that to tie up, also post 9/11 security on a military base that is opening to a crowd of 10,000 isn't pretty :)ReplyDelete
Ah. I was a Navy wife also but my dh was a Seabee so no ships for him. I have seen the carriers come in on tv and it is an amazing site to see the sailors all lined up. I never thought about homecoming in bad weather. Your man will be quite cold too! Have a great homecoming, trip, and Christmas!!ReplyDelete
I love it...the flannel state. hahaha.ReplyDelete
Somehow I missed this and your next post, skipped right to the homecoming I guess. Maybe I just wasn't on-line for a couple of days there...is that even possible!?! Love the sign. :)ReplyDelete