Iwo Gima

Iwo Gima
Marine Corps Marathon

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

May 23, 2012

Today Jason was up and moving at a nice early hour, and though I was happy to see him get up and want to get going, it concerned me based on his last few days of elevated discomfort and pain. We got the girls over to their day care, and even Jackie went running down the hall, to her class room. It was great to see this because it showed me that both of them are fitting in nicely there, and they're both happy to be there. Once we had the girls settled in to their class rooms we headed on over to the hospital for Jason's appointment. He only had the one appointment today with Physical Therapy, so it wasn't too complicated.

While at PT we were told, by Dawn, that Van had come by to work with Jason on his chair, yesterday. I told Dawn that Jason would not have been able to attend any extra meeting because of how he has been feeling, so we're going to have to push it again, and perhaps we'll get a chance next week. The good thing about PT is that Jason gets to get off his chair, and though it is only for an hour it does help with relieving some of the pressure he encounters from sitting on the chair. Anyway, Dawn worked with Jason's arms and shoulders, and she even commented that it seemed like his right shoulder was in much better shape than the previous time she worked with him. The efforts and exercises that she has been doing with him are starting to pay off.

When I went to pick up the girls from day care tonight they were "rehearsing" for a performance that will be going on, this Friday. I let Jason know that he is expected to be there on Friday, and he sounded excited about going, so I'm happy. Tomorrow we have our appointments to get done, and then back home. Thank you, for all your continued support and prayers.

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  1. Praying in Seattle!
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  2. Oh my! How adorable.

    Have a great day tomorrow! I hope the pain level is minimal tomorrow.

    I pray for you daily,

    All our best,
    Karen & Rob
    Livermore Friends PS Zito = Unbelieveable torture

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