After my long deployment, I went back home to Tennessee to see my mother, of whom is sick. I’m glad that I had seen their reaction. Their reactions made me emotional. There isn’t nothing in the world I could trade that feeling for. It felt great seeing family after a while.” –JT. Cole
Sailor breaks down in tears while surprising sick mom
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