i get a lump in my throat when i try to explain how special our time in savannah was to me.
i start to type and i backspace…and try again. then the same thing happens. type,backspace,try again.
i simply can't verbalize how much i treasured our time here.
it was a gift. i had the privilege of getting to know (and completely fall in love with) the most amazing group of women i've ever known. smart,beautiful,witty,accomplished,strong as hell. and saying goodbye to them makes my heart ache.
and that's just the women.
not to mention the men…the heroes. the bravest of the brave,strongest of the strong,best of the best.
and the city…oh the city. i will love it as long as i live. savannah has a piece of my heart.
on tuesday i attended jimmy's change of command. it is,quite simply,exactly what it sounds like. he handed over his company to a new commander. it was a day full of tradition,somber moments,funny moments, and speeches.
with that being said…i didn't think it was appropriate to bring the babies. that's why you won't see them in these photos.
it was a joy,an honor,and a privilege to be a ranger wife. and next year i will be a student's wife. and i am ready. ready for a break. ready for us to be together for every day for a year.
but as i left savannah i had tears streaming down my face. because everything about my time in savannah was a blessing.
i thought i'd share some of my photos from the change of command….and i thought it was a beautiful way to say goodbye to the town and the people who won me over.
love to you all-