Another day, another appointment - Actually, Jason only had the one appointment today, and it went for almost four hours. It was supposed to go eight, but because he can't stay in his chair that long they cut it in half. Or, at least that is what I was told originally. I spoke with Jason after we got back home and he said they only got about a third of the way through the testing. I really don't know what it is they are testing, other than neurological activities, and it is comprehensive; and, he doesn't look any worse for the wear when he's done with it. I suppose they will be able to direct some part of the recovery with the results, but my guess is that it won't be announced until sometime this summer.

The plans are well under way for our trip up to Livermore. The one missing piece is the transportation, once we get there. I think I have located a wheelchair accessible van, for our use, however we need to secure a couple of other things first. My guess is that it will suddenly all come together just before we leave the house, or maybe even just as we arrive at Livermore.

I spent a good part of the afternoon cleaning up around the house. The floors are a lot cleaner now, and the laundry is done. I won't have to do that stuff again for at least another two days (or maybe at most). I think Jason and I are getting settled in pretty good now, and that feels good. Once I get my bicycle down here I'll be able to get out and do some riding again, and then I'll be happy.

Tomorrow is more neurological testing for Jason, and I hope they can get it completed, or be able to finish it up on Friday. Thank you, for all your continued prayers and support - Take care and stay positive

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  1. Hope the testing goes well tomorrow and doesn't take to long!
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