Compared to yesterday, today was amazingly low key. Linda and I got the opportunity to spend some time together, away from the hotel; Grandma and Grandpa were able to spend time with Jason, in case he needed anything (which he didn't); and, later in the day Matt Ferea, a childhood and scouting buddy of Jason's came over and spent a few hours visiting with him. Matt and Jason climbed Mt. Fuji (Japan) back in 1996, as Boy Scouts, and have great memories about that adventure. All-in-all, a very nice and relaxed day.

We got some things done, and were able to enjoy the slower pace while still being productive, Linda even did some laundry for Jason and I. I was able to see a couple of our neighbors and spend a little time visiting with them, and seeing how they were doing. There was a great deal of feedback on the news casts of the Granada ball game, and as expected, Granada did win (17 in a row). One of the folks I ran into yesterday told me that Granada was the number 2 high school baseball team in the nation, and considering that it came from Mike leads me to believe that it is true.

We had a nice quiet dinner and then watched a "home movie" of sorts, and then that was pretty much the end of the day. Tomorrow is going to be another relaxed day, and that is a good thing because I want Jason to spend as much time as he can off of his wounds. Tomorrow evening we are planning to have dinner at Jason's favorite (ours too) Mexican restaurants, La Milpa, located in Milpitas where we lived before moving to Livermore, 25+ years ago. It will be pretty much just family, so we will try to keep the noise level down to a dull roar. Thank you, for all your continued prayers and support - Take care and stay positive.


January 2017

January 2017
Jason gets a visit from Gen. Jon Monett

January 2017

January 2017
With Gary at the GSF Office

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