Twentynine Short Years Ago Today, Ebola Made His First Command Appearance

In a portent of things to come, he showed up at Naval Regional Medical Center, Long Beach, California, at HIS convenience, demanded our complete capitulation, some chow and started dictating terms immediately. Adorable child, is he not?

He will always be THE light of our lives.

Loveses you!

15 Responses to “Twentynine Short Years Ago Today, Ebola Made His First Command Appearance”

  1. Rob says:

    Happy, Happy

  2. Fausta says:


  3. kcruella101 says:

    Happy Birthday to my other little ray of sunshine

  4. JeffS says:

    Happy Birthday, Ebola!

    (Maybe you should have joined a Scottish regiment, and not the Air Force?)

  5. Ave says:

    Hope you have a very Happy Birthday!!!

  6. Mr. Bingley says:

    Happy Birthday oh Punkiest of Nephews!

  7. NJSue says:

    Love the kilt. Happy Birthday!

  8. Ebola says:

    Thanks ya’all! (Jeff, duh. :P)

  9. Dave E. says:

    Happy Birthday! Get the day off?

  10. Ebola says:

    Thankfully got four days off. Only time I’ve ever been thankful for being on OJT status. Way too much studying to do.

  11. Dr Alice says:

    Ah, what a fella! He definitely has presence in that pic. Happy birthday!

  12. Kate P says:

    I would totally believe the weather forecast coming from an authoritative-looking pose like that. Happy birthday!

  13. Donna D. says:

    Well THS, know where you were that Memorial Day weekend – sure it was your bestest one!

  14. tree hugging sister says:

    Ain’t THAT the truth, Donna! Actually got trapped there for the WHOLE weekend because he took his schweet time. If your delivery paperwork wasn’t done by 3 friday afternoon, you were staying ’til Tuesday. I was the first one in that Friday, last baby delivered. Oh, well, last time anyone waited hand and foot on me, so hanging around another day wasn’t ALL bad, lol!

    And he still sleeps in.

  15. Donna D. says:

    I went in on a Sunday at 10:00 a.m. and had Laura at 11:01 p.m. – she took her sweet time too. And since I had her 59 minutes before midnight the hospital considered that a full day and
    my insurance company wouldn’t pay for 3 more days only 2.

    But like you said, I was treated like a queen and had the wonderful company of my daughter!

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