December 24, 2004

Hey Dave, My gap is bigger then your gap:-D

Well, David Lettermen and Paul Shaffer were here tonight, and put on quite the show. There was local Talent, and Hula hoop girl, and Grinder Girl. (I REALLY did not get that last one but oooook) All in all it was a blast. He didn't do a top 10, but the guy who introduced him did a top 5 reasons Dave came to Kuwait. I don't remember them all, but I do remember #1: He had heard about all US Civilians getting tax free benefits over here, and he wanted a piece of the action. Hehehe, we all thought that one was a blast. I was sitting a bit in the back, so my pictures of the show itself aren't great, but I do have some fun ones before the show, and when I get the chance, I will upload them.
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL AND TO ALL A GOODNIGHT:-D

5 comments:

NotQuiteDead said...

Dave was funny as hell, and the show was great--but the company was better. :)

Anonymous said...

Just wanted to wish you a very merry Christmas (or the holiday of your choice) and our prayers will be with you. Our son is new to the Navy and will be stationed on the USS Ronald Reagan here at home in San Diego. He won't be home for Christmas. He's still at NTC Great Lakes (yikes! arctic weather right now), but he and his wife will be returning end of January. We'll keep the Christmas lights and Christmas tree up for their return.

Tomorrow we will be visting with the injured at the Balboa Naval Hospital here in San Diego. It's very rewarding. And I hope we do some good just by showing up and letting those guys (no gals yet) know how much we love them and appreciate and respect what you all are doing over there.

You take care of yourself over there and our thoughts and prayers are with you always.

A new Navy man's Mom and Dad

Garrison Steelle said...

COOL! Sounds like an absolutely wonderful night. Have a great Christmas!

-G

Dignan said...

Thank You for your service. You are in our thoughts and prayers this Christmas Day.

Stay Safe and God Bless.

Dignan
http://outofwater.blogspot.com

patrickafir said...

Hey Sergeant: Merry Christmas from home. Thank you so much for your service--it means more to us than we could ever rightly express. We're thinking about all of you right now, and holding you in our hearts with pride, respect, and love. Please stay safe, and remember that you're always on our minds!