Monday, September 11

5000th Visitor to The Intersection

Sunday afternoon, Life at the Intersection had its 5,000th visitor. Who was it? Well actually we have no way of knowing, so instead we wanted to highlight our favorite regular international visitor to The Intersection, Shirley Belvin.

Shirley and Kristyn played volleyball together last year before she shipped out to Osan Air Base in Seoul, South Korea. Shirley is an A-10 Avionics Craftsman/Technician for the 25 Aircraft maintenance unit. Her job is to make sure that her fellow airman are trained and prepared to fix the A-10 avionics systems. Shirley recently wrote, "When my time at work is done, I love to volunteer at the local elementary school and read to the 1st and 2nd graders. I also help with the local orphanages by taking the orphaned children out for ice cream or just time away from their current situation. In my spare time I love to read, play softball, volleyball and basketball for the base team, the Osan Mustangs."

Only fitting on the 5th Anniversary of 9/11 to celebrate one of our troops overseas protecting America. THANK YOU SHIRLEY from JKA Ritner and all the other friends on The Intersection.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hey, great post for 9/11! Congrats on 5,000. Addy is also cuter than ever! Hope things are going well over on the East Coast.