Today was a very nice day that began with getting the girls up and ready for day care, and then fixing them their breakfast. They both love Cheerios, and so it is easy to get them to stay focused on having their breakfast. We dropped them off at the Child Development Center (CDC) and then took off to take care of our errands and appointments. We came back to their respective class rooms, just as the nap times were ending, and picked up the girls. Tomorrow we're going to attempt to get to their class rooms a little earlier as there is an invitation to have the parents come in and have lunch with the kids. Jason is hoping that his schedule is going to be able to accommodate.

Once we got the girls back home we got them ready to head over to Anthony Netto's place, to have a BBQ and then get to fly a kite. As it turned out Jason bought to "kits" for building kites, and found that one of the kits was missing parts. We ended up with just one kite, and that was probably okay, since Stacy got the one good kite and Jackie didn't seem to be interested in the other one, even slightly. It took a couple of trys, but we finally were able to get the kite in the air. After that I took Jackie over to the ocean and she didn't want to have anything to do with the water. I let her play on the sand and then took Stacy to the water. Stacy was much more at ease, with being in the water, as long as I was carrying her. I walked out with her, to where the water was up to my waist. This means it was almost up to her bottom. We eventually walked out to where the water was a little deeper, and Stacy was a little whet. That was as far as I cared to go, so we soon headed back to Anthony's place, and besides the food was now ready, and everyone was hungry.

All the travel plans seem to be in place and it is getting closer. We are both anxious to get back to Livermore, so this is going to be a  very good break for both of us. Thank you, for all your contined 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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