18 year old night elf
There’s my next step. Possibly 4th infantry division, so probably get a chance to actually do my job. Or at least train a lot for it. Deployment though is highly likely. From what I here either to Africa or Kuwait. I told her the news, not so much the deployment stuff but where i’m going. Didn’t seem all to excited about but I can’t blame her. Part of me would rather but home with her. I’m not a believer but I pray to whatever higher deity out there that things work out. I want nothing more than to be with her. But that footstep is to be made later. For now I’m still here training.
Joy Sessions are heartbreakingly beautiful portraits of terminally ill or elderly pets, who soon after the photos are taken, pass away. The name “Joy Session” has a very personal meaning behind it. Joy is actually a Black Labrador who was a service dog to Joan, a a woman living in hospice care. “Joy was her rock, her best friend, and had saved Joan’s life on more than one occasion,” Sarah says. “She would let Joan know when her blood sugar was low, and if she was about to have a seizure. Joy would place herself under Joan to break her fall, stand firm to help her up, and was by her side day and night.”