Another day and another day without the girls. We are hoping to get this resolved soon as we would really like to have some time with the girls. This is being very unfair to Jason, as he has done nothing to deserve this  kind of treatment, but obviously we are having to deal with it.

We went to the hospital early this morning, to take care of a couple of appointments. His physical therapy session went very well, and they continue to work on his shoulders, and are now working on his breathing. I was very impressed with how Mike was getting things to loosen up, and allow his shoulder to move more, and at the same time he was allowing Jason to breath better. Once Jason was done with PT we went over to one of the two laser doctors, and that turned into a very positive visit.

The doctor was anxious to get to discuss this with Jason, as he had called me twice, once while in Livermore, and then again shortly after we returned. He seemed pretty excited about the advances that are being made with stem cell research and Jason is a perfect candidate for one of these opportunities. As the doctor has repeatedly said, it is a very low risk with a potentially very high gain. When Jason said he was up for it, and wanted to move forward the doctor said, "I'm pumped!" The flip side is that it is going to be a long and somewhat slow process, and the first step probably won't happen for a couple of weeks, then the second step would happen a couple of months down the road. This is a very patience intensive process.

We stopped at the day care and the girls were not there. They had not been brought to day care again, and we can only assume that it was something that was done intentionally, to keep them away from Jason. Jason was disappointed, as I was, and we are going to continue to keep moving, and know that we will eventually see them.

We then headed back to the house, and just spent the rest of the day relaxing. It rained most of the day, so we couldn't even go outside to do much. I did pick up some of the brush from the backyard (I've been trimming the bushes), and the yard is looking a little more like it was. The challenge is that unlike Livermore, we don't have a "Green" waste bin, and so I have to put that trimmings into the trash bin. It is going to take a while to get it all.

Dinner was simple, as it was reheated left overs from yesterday. Then we kind of just laid around and didn't do too much more. Tomorrow will be another day and we'll go at it in a positive manner. Thank you, all for all the prayers and support - take care and stay positive.

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  1. Trying to find words right now! That's just so wrong! Continuing to pray!
    Romans 5:6-9 For when we were yet without strength, in due time Christ died for the ungodly. For scarcely for a righteous man will one die: yet peradventure for a good man some would even dare to die. But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us. Much more then, being now justified by his blood, we shall be saved from wrath through him.
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