August 5, 2013

Got a few things done today that I have been wondering when we were going to get a chance to begin moving forward, so to see it happen on its own made me feel a bit better. You have to appreciate military medicine, in that some of the doctors are only there as long as they have to be, while others are very dedicated and professional. In Jason's case we have been blessed with mostly the professional ones, and that has been a blessing. Anyway, one of the areas that has been a challenge with Jason has been with urinary, and today the primary doctor who has been following Jason came out to us and stated that they wanted to set up a meeting with a couple of the specialists, to see what was needed to move forward to get the repair work going. To say the least, both of us were pleased with this.

Jason also went to visit Wound Care and that was the shortest visit we have had with them since being here. They were happy with how Jason's wounds were doing and there were definite signs of improvements on most of the area, with a couple still showing signs of needing extra care. This is a major improvement, as not too long ago almost all the areas needed extra care. We are hoping that this is just the beginning of the good news coming our way, and that over the next several weeks (months?) we are going to be getting more and more good news. On top of all this, we picked up the girls from day care today, and it is always good to have them at home and spending time with Daddy.

I gave the girls a bath, after dinner tonight, and then braided Stacy's hair (Jackie's hair really isn't long enough to do a real braide yet) after brushing it out, and then the same for Jackie, minus the braiding. They both looked like they had a fun day at day care as they looked totally disheveled, with they hair going all over the place. It was one of those times when I wished I had had the camera, they both looked so cute. Anyway, tomorrow will be a little easier start, as Jason's first appointment isn't until 09:00. I'll get them all up; fix some breakfast; and, then we'll be on our way. Thank you, for all your continued support and prayers, Take care and stay positive.


  1. Sounds like real progress is being made! That's great news! Know it's still going to take a lot of time, but so glad there's hope!
    Praying in Seattle as always!
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