Okay, we're half way through this month and things are starting to look better. As long as the folks come through with what they told (promised?) us last week, we'll be in pretty good shape. We should be getting some updates on Jason's chair; updates to things around this house; and, finally getting some of the organization of his on going treatments under control.
Today was another good day with Jason and the family. We all went shopping, after a nice breakfast, and Jason picked up a couple of things he wanted in the house. One of the things he wanted was a trash can with a lid, that would open by just waving his hand over the lid. We found it at Bed Bath and Beyond. We spoke with the manager and he was able to give Jason a discount. The next thing we would like to do is work out a wireless method for turning off and on the lights in his bed room; Once he's in bed he is stuck with the lights on or off, unless he calls me to make adjustments. I don't mind running back and forth, but he would feel a whole lot better if he could just do it on his own. I'll be getting with the folks that manage the properties to see what we can do.
Along with all that I think we are going to be starting to look into going to church again, as long as he is comfortable in his chair. I've been holding off, for a few reasons, but I think he is about ready to get out again. We've been invited to a few churches, so we have a place to start. In fact, one of those is literally right behind our house.
Not much else going on today. We had a nice relaxing evening. After dinner I told the Stacy a couple of bed time stories (without reading from a book) and Linda read Little Red Riding Hood. Jason went to bed after Jackie, and then Stacy a short while after Jason. It has been the kind of day that I truly enjoy and I thank God for allowing me to enjoy this time with everyone here. Linda will be headed back home to Livermore tomorrow, so we'll be operating without her again, until the next time she is able to come down for a few days.
Thank you, all for all your prayers and support.