Now that we're into Fall, the weather starts to change and the leaves begin to change colors. Well, okay, that would be if there were the traditional weather season here. In San Diego they only have two seasons - late Spring and Early Spring. Winter and Summer only last about a week each so I don't count them. Don't get me wrong, I'm not complaining, I kind of like having a dependable weather pattern to deal with and I do generally wear shorts most of the year, as do many other folks around here, its rough, but I deal with it... ;-)
Anyway, that's not what I meant to start the blog with, today. Jason is doing well and I am pleased to say that one of the areas of his wounds seems to have finally closed up. (Of course now that I've said that the skin is going to stretch and split open again). We spent so much time outside yesterday that Jason wanted to just stay in the house, and except for going to lunch with Anthony Netto and Angelica he spent most of the day in bed. The good thing about the luncheon, besides the food, was that we got to just sit and talk about the up coming concert and some of the logistics that needed to be taken care of. Anthony tends to be a busy guy so this was a good time to go over all the different items and timing of different things.
Stacy and Jackie had a great day today. One of the gifts that Stacy received was a Stomp Rocket. Grandma and Grandpa took the girls to the local park and let the girls play with it for almost an hour. There was another mom there with her boys (about the same age and the girls) and Stacy invited them to come and have some fun with them. All of them were having a great time and it just another sign that Stacy is maturing so well and ready to get into kindergarten.
Tomorrow Linda will be heading back home, and we'll be doing our best to get along without her, again. I'll be heading up to Livermore in a couple of weeks, with Jason and the girls, so we get to see her again, and I'll be spending some quality time with her, so it isn't too bad. I just wish we didn't have to deal with this gaps. Anyway, thank you, for all the continued prayers and support. Take care and stay positive.