Today was a very good day for Jason, and I hope for his family all together. A decision on the custody for the girls has been established; it is a 50/50 split.  This is what Jason was asking for, and has been asking for from the beginning. There are some other aspects of the decision, though I will not put that here. The important thing is that we can now plan on a more regular life schedule, and better plan on activities.

We also spent a little time over at the hospital pharmacy, as we needed to replace one of the skin meds that we had for one of the girls. The tube ruptured and stuff was oozing out the side. We needed to replace it so to the pharmacy we went. It was done in less time than they told us it would be, and that almost caused us to be late for the movie "After Earth."  The technician told Jason, and me since I was standing right there, that it would be two hours. We wanted to go see the movie so we decided to head over that way and catch an earlier showing. As it turned out, just as we arrived at the mall, where the theater is, a text message came across to Jason that it was ready to pick up. Jason wanted to get the medicine to Jackie so we jumped back in the van and headed back to the hospital. Not thinking about traffic conditions when we left, we ended up getting caught up in rush-hour traffic, and by the time we finally did pick it up and deliver it, we were almost out of time to get to the next showing. As it turned out, we did make it in time, and even had time to get some popcorn and drinks. The movie was entertaining, but in my humble opinion, far from Oscar level. Because of some of the scenes I'd suggest that if you want to see it, you see it at the theater.

Tomorrow is going to be another day where we can relax and do just about anything we want. We have a couple of things we need to take care of, like pick up Anthony Netto from the airport at about 14:00 (2pm), and got see the First Sergeant in the morning, but otherwise not much to do. I am actually planning on taking Linda out for a nice night out and enjoy some time together... finally. Jason will have company, as Anthony N. will be here to keep him company. Thank you, for all your continued support and prayers - Take care and stay positive.

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