Returning from her 5th deployment in the Middle East, Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Ramothea Webster was ready to surprise her son, Joshua. Disguised as the Liza Jackson Preparatory school’s mascot, Lt. Col. Webster completely amazed Joshua after she revealing her surprise. But from the look on her face, Lt. Col. Webster was just as astounded to see that her little boy wasn’t so little anymore.
Air Force Lieutenant home from Middle East dresses as a lion to surprise son
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