Dad Returns After 7 Months & Gives Address to a StrangerThen His Wife Sees the Hotel Bill
“It blew my mind. It takes a lot to get me. It got me…”
“Until you feel it, you don’t know what it’s like.”
That’s the only way thatU.S. Army soldierMr. Glascott can describe being separated from his kids and family for 7 1/2 long months in Iraq, calling it the“toughest thing I’ve ever had to do in my life.”
He couldn’t be more excited to come home for a 15-day vacation that he planned around his son Zachary’s 9th birthday. He had plans to take his family toGreat Wolf Lodge for a few days, one of his son’s favorite places in the world.