Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge laughs as her husband Prince William, Duke of Cambridge makes a speech outside the official residence of the Governor General of Canada at Rideau Hall on June 30, 2011 in Ottawa, Canada.
I know you’re probably sick of me saying this, but THANK YOU SO SO SO SO SO SO SO MUCH for the present!!! It was truly the most unexpected thing ever, I swear. I seriously thought that the bag was for mon or someone’s PE crap was in there!!!! I knew I was going to receive something, something minor or something that was just a token. But like wow, I am totally speechless guys!!! You seriously do not know how grateful and happy and excited and flabbergasted and joyful I am. I had never received an official present ever before and like it was so awkward yesterday. I did not know what to say and what to do :$ You have all seriously made my day and birthday man!!! Thank you so much !!
Ps. you guys are the most secretive and straight faced people I’ve ever met. Could of at least hinted me so I would be prepared to know how to react to such unexpected events!!!
Top Secret Service officials ordered members of a special unit responsible for patrolling the White House perimeter to abandon their posts over at least two months in 2011 in order to protect a personal friend of the agency’s director, according to three people familiar with the operation.
The new assignment, known internally as Operation Moonlight, diverted agents to a rural area outside the southern Maryland town of La Plata, nearly an hour’s drive from Washington. Agents were told that then-Director Mark Sullivan was concerned that his assistant was being harassed by her neighbor, the three people said.
Two agents were sent twice a day, in the morning and the evening, to monitor the home of the assistant, Lisa Chopey. The trips began June 30, 2011, and extended through the summer before tapering off in August, according to people familiar with internal shift records.
“Hey guys, the White House is doing fine. Go protect my assistant from her annoying neighbor.”
Canadian Army’s 1st Battalion Royal 22nd Regiment Cpl. Francois Lemieux, 22, center, is greeted by Sgt. Mathieu Pelletier, 33, left, both of Quebec, Canada as they return to Forward Operating Base Sperwan Ghar at the conclusion of their final operation Thursday, June 30, 2011 in the Panjwaii district of Kandahar province, Afghanistan. (AP Photo/David Goldman)