Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Back in the Game

A successful first full day back at work. Having paid no real attention to the news over here for the last three weeks, I had a lot of catching up to do with regard to the latest developments, but fortunately I had good people covering for me and they took good notes. I still don't feel back in the "routine" here, but I'm sure that will come soon enough, and I'll feel "back in the game" in no time.

Speaking of "the game," some Navy guys down in Baghdad managed to decorate a portion of the palace, providing their Army colleagues a woderful view on their way in to work. See below: I managed to sneak this picture into the morning brief, the first of many jabs I'm sure will be exchanged between me and the West Point grads on the staff.

As a final Navy Football note, I'm informed that Midshipman Tye Adams, starting Defensive End (#43) will be wearing our JCCS-1 patch on his uniform during the game. Be sure to tune in this weekend and cheer him (and the whole Navy team) on!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dan,

Love the banner!!

Welcome Back...glad to hear you had a safe journey to and from.... Sounds like you had a wonderful R&R as well...I'm glad to hear...you deserve it!

Not much longer now!

Take Care!

Kym

Steamraise said...

Glad that you had a good time while you were at home! Let me know if you don't receive my package.

Thanks,
Sheryl

Anonymous said...

Dan,

Me again, Got a question for you? I was looking at your counter and it adds up to 386...are you supposed to be in theater longer than a year?

Just curious....and if it's wrong I thought you would like the fact you have less time :)

Have a great day!

Kym