|Joseph Thomas 111|
|Joey is my only son, born on September 14, 1983 in a military hospital on a base called Ft. Carson in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He was a tiny little thing, weighing at only 5 pounds. But healthy and seemed very lovable. I was so thrilled to have a son, I had not expected to be able to be given one of each with my kids. It certainly evens things out and keeps a mother on her toes!
He has always been extremely protective and the whole idea of his mother getting remarried is not something he is in any hurry to deal with. I think he has alot of expectations for the perfect man for his mom. It's nice that he looks out for me.
|My Son Joey!|
|Joey has always been a smart young man. He has always been very good with creating music and putting together music in a very interesting and detailed way. He works in the field of management and plans on going to the University of Seattle to study Building Structures and Developement. He has never been one that was a follower and I always felt very fortunate that he understood so much so soon in life.|
|Being the son of a Army Drill Sgt was not the easiest task for Joey. Growing up without really having his father around became a norm. His father and I separated when Joey was about 8 years old and for years Joey seemed to have a extra understanding that sometimes things don't work out and sometimes things have to change. I always commended his ability to really understand and be positive.|
|My Son Joey has always been a inspiration to me, he has always been hard working and smart, with a good sense of life and people.... I feel very blessed to have such a special son and I cherish every moment I have with him....God could not have given me a better son......|