This is my way of dealing with the pain of losing my husband, Sgt. Thomas R. Bagosy. This is my journey into an unexpected life as a new widow and single mother. I have no idea what this path or this blog will be about.
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I saw your story on the E! special last month. I was curious so I Googled your story and found your Blog. I spent many hours sitting in front of this computer reading every one of your post(crying and laughing).I don't want you to think I'm some crazy stalkers so full discloser is I felt this weird pull to your story cause we have so many similarities of our lives: my husband was a Marine(got out in 07) as a Ssgt who was stationed at Camp Lejuene, he is a Tommy too(Thomas Busch), we have 2 kids and lived in Hubert while he was in. He suffers from PTSD also. Things have gotten better since he got out but there are still "triggers" that can set him off. Anyway .... I'm not a crazy person, really :) but just wanted to let you know that there is another person out here who is thinking about you and yours and praying for ya'll everyday. "Keep your chin up and ass down!"-something I use to tell my Tommy everytime we spoke when he was in Iraq -Leigh Busch