December 05, 2004

WOWSERS

Ok, I admit, I loved Inspector Gadget. But, right now that word very aptly describes the amount of mail in my mail box. And since I unfortunatly am unable to respond to everyone due to time constrictions (They really want me back in my bed ROFL), I just wanted to say I great big thank you and to let you all know that I have now posted the photos. I had so many requests for them that I thought it best. For those of you who have never seen me before, please check out my other two photo pages on the side bar for examples LOL:-D
While I do appreciate all of the emails, please keep in mind the family of the other soldier in my truck. That soldier did not make it, and I am incredibly blessed, or lucky depending on ones faith. These things happen everyday to soldiers all over this large country, and others are no where near as fortunate as I.
Anyway, here are the photos: http://www.geocities.com/rhiannonmesa/ ied.html
I'd say enjoy, but that sounds a bit macabre even for me:-D

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I've enjoyed your blog and I wish you a speedy recovery. Be proud to know that you fought for the freedom of others.

Aaron
(USAFROTC)

2Slick said...

Keep recovering quickly, SGT Lizzie- we're all with you in spirit. Thanks for your service, your courage, and most of all- your unbelievable spirit. People like you make the Army a great place to be- even when it's "Hell, Iraq."

-2Slick

Anonymous said...

Get well soon and thankyou and your comrades for fighting for us all. God bless you.
A Canadian

Jason said...

Blessed or lucky? I'd call it blessed, even though it may not feel like it stuck in the hospital.

You've shown it is not what happens to you, but how you react to what has happened.

God bless you

Silly Old Bear said...

okay, I just heard and that just sucks. I hope you're feeling better!

Thinking about you..

Anonymous said...

You are a fine soldier. I have adopted one PFC in Iraq, I feel like adopting you also. You are in my prayers.

Sean from DocintheBox said...

Sigh, your geocities site is overloaded, such is life, get better hun!

BurtB said...

Get well soon. We are very proud of you, and your spirt is so upbeat and amazing.

You mention the guy who did not make it. Where do we send our condolences?

Kathy said...

Hi Elizabeth,
I don't know if you remember me, but I am the mother of the driver who was killed when you were on your way to Kuwait. I came upon this blog and wanted you to know we think of you often and wonder how you are. We are doing okay. Hardly seems that it has been over 4 yrs. since Cari was killed. I hope this blog finds you well. Please keep in touch.
Mrs. Kathy Gasiewicz
Proud mother of Sgt. Cari Anne Gasiewicz
KIA Iraq 12.4.04