September 30, 2013

I was one of those crazy kind of days, where we didn't think there were any appointments, however, he was out of one of his medications (he had made an error in calculating how many he had - - he counted wrong), so he needed to go in and ask for a refill. Yep, not only was he out, he was also out of automatic refills, so it was a double reason to go in. Anyway, the need required us to go in and have to talk to a couple of different folks, and while we were there we visits a couple more. It made the stay at Balboa go a little longer, but we had to wait for the Rx to be filled anyway.

It was also one of those crazy days because Jason received a notification about how the use of utilities could possibly go up, unless a waiver was processed. The form needed to get in this week, as time was running out and we're going to be gone next week. Anyway, neither of us know 32nd Street (That is what the Naval Base is called, where we went), so we ended up driving around a bit, and even getting lost only a couple of times. Once we arrived at the right office Jason was greeted in the lobby and one of their specialists came out to speak with him. One of the first things she said, after her introduction, "Oh, with this you're exempt anyway. You don't need to worry about this." Obviously, the paperwork wasn't very clear on that, and no one else made any attempts to let us know. On the other hand, we now know 32nd Street a lot better. (didn't know they have the cheapest gas)

The rest of the day was spent at the house, and Jason was feeling pretty good, so he decided to cook dinner tonight. I guess he thought I needed a break (I probably did). He has a skill for combining things and making them come out tasting great. There was even some left over, so I know what I'll have for lunch tomorrow. The girls were full of energy today, at least once I brought them home from their CDC classes. Both of them enjoy dress up fun, and Stacy is an expert. Jackie likes to do anything big sister does, and is consistently mimicking Stacy in every way she can. Stacy seems to enjoy it, too.

Tomorrow is going to be a relatively, or maybe comparatively would be a better way to say it, easy day. I need to begin packing for our flight up north, and I need to make sure all the logistics are taken care of. I believe they are, so it should be easy to do. Thank you, for all your continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.


  1. Sure hope the government shut down isn't going to hit you!
    Praying right now!
    Psalms 71:1-3 In thee, O LORD, do I put my trust: let me never be put to confusion. Deliver me in thy righteousness, and cause me to escape: incline thine ear unto me, and save me. Be thou my strong habitation, whereunto I may continually resort: thou hast given commandment to save me; for thou art my rock and my fortress.
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