Sign on the dotted line…

March 17, 2006

Well, I finally stopped procrastinating. Wednesday morning at about 0930, I walked into my career counselor’s office and told him I was going to reenlist. He asked me what I wanted to do, and when I wanted to do it. I eagerly told him I wanted to reenlist that day. He got all the information he needed from me, and about 10 minutes later I was signing the dotted lines for the second time in my military career. (Once to enlist, and now to reenlist.)

I had a very hectic day, so I kind of sent the whole morning activities to the back of my head. When I got home a light bulb went off, “Holy shit!”, I exclaimed. My girlfriend wondering what the hell was wrong with me just gave me a strange look. I then told her, “I just remembered, I reenlisted today.”

I havn’t done the ceremony yet, because my commander is on “baby” leave and I don’t want anyone but him to reenlist me. So, as soon as he gets back I’ll do the “official” ceremony and get some pictures to post up here.

P.S. I was trying to wait until I did the ceremony to announce it, but I couldn’t hold the secret in any longer. Here we go, another four years!


3 Responses to “Sign on the dotted line…”

  1. JACK ARMY on March 18th, 2006 1:54 am

    Congratulations and thanks for continuing to serve. I is much appreciated!

  2. Kat in GA on March 19th, 2006 1:40 pm

    Congrats!!!! We appreciate you and are so proud of you!!!!! *hugs* *high fives*

  3. on March 22nd, 2006 6:36 pm

    Congrats on your reenlistment. It’s always a great thing to hear about soldiers deciding to serve their country a while longer. If all the good ones get out, the bad ones will be left to “lead” our soldiers. We need more of you. Congrats again and look forward to seeing the pictures.

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