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Tears of a Military SpousePatricia and Benjamin grew up together in Plymouth Massachusetts Benjamin joined the Military in August of 2006 and shortly deployed in 2007 When he got back from his first deployment Patricia packed her little smoke grey Nissan Altima with all her belongings and drove endless hours to Fort Bragg NC where the two then got married The couple had bought a house together adopted two dogs and soon enough found out they were expecting a child After all the happy events in their life they soon were notified that Benjamin was due to deploy in August of 2009 they did not know it would be the last time seeing one anotherOn August 25 2009 Benjamin had packed his bags to get ready for his yearlong deployment Early that morning the couple went off to the departure location to spend their last hours together for a year As the buses pulled in he hugged his wife with all his might as tears roll down both their faces they gave one another one last final kiss and hug good bye As Benjamin walked away he turned around and ran to Patricia for one last hug and kiss as he got on his knees he kissed her stomach and said I will be back for your birth baby As they hugged and kissed one another they never knew it would be the last time they would touch one another againOn Nov 3rd Patricia got a phone call around midnight from her husband saying he loves her so much and had to go on a mission and he would call when he got back She waited patiently to hear back from him the next day The day was growing short and the night sky was getting darkerAs she prepares for bed she hears her door bell ring at 701PM so scared to answer because it was dark and gloomy so she ignored it At 703
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