First of all I'd like to bring to your attention the fact that a Sal Giunta, a solider from the 173rd Brigade is being awarded the Medal of Honor today in Washington D.C. We weren't here for the last deployment, but I've heard a lot about the courageous actions of Sal. Click here for an article.
Secondly, I was offered my old position at the USO today. I have mixed feelings about it. I wouldn't mind working there again because I enjoyed it(when I had a good boss) and I liked the extra money, but I only have a year left in Europe and I'd like to see as much as possible, without having to worry about work. Also, the job caused a few issues with Sean and I, so I'm not really sure it would be good to go back to it. I told the new manager (who is a good friend) that I'd think about it, but I wasn't sure I'd take it and quite honestly I'm not even sure USO Europe would hire me back after I quit without two weeks notice. For a little background on that whole story, click here. So, I guess we'll see where this goes.