October 23, 2013

Jason and I did a little relaxing today. We took the girls to their day care centers; headed over to the hospital for the physical therapy sessions; and, then went to meet up with Anthony Netto. He was over at one of the local golf ranges were he was practicing with Jim and Gar, a retired admiral. It was nice to get to meet and talk with Gar, and also to spend a little time with Jim, who we don't see enough of. Gar is interested in learning more about the work that Anthony does and looking for ways he might be able to assist. Jason and I did not practice any golf while there (my clubs should show up on another couple weeks), it was more of a social visit, and actually we arrived only about 1/2 an hour before they were ready to leave.

After this we went to lunch and had some of the local barbeque, from Phil's BBQ, and it was good. The we simply came back to the house and I worked on some of my paper work and Jason worked on some of his. I also caught up on some of my email, and called Linda. Earlier in the day a good friend of mine, Larry, called and let me know his mom was very ill and still has a rough road ahead of her. I felt bad that I would not be able to get up to visit for sometime in the future, and that made me feel very helpless. I informed Linda about this and she said she would go to visit for the both of us. Life continues to move on, no matter what your circumstances are, and sometimes the direction it takes isn't one you like.

Not wishing to end on a down note... After Jason's shower I did my usual dressing change and then an expected guest arrived. The tech witth Jason's new chair. Jason's wounds are looking better every day, and we hope that trend continues. However, this new chair has that new feature where it can tilt back to relieve some of the pressure on the wounds, and possibly help to heal even more. Anyway, it was good to get this in and tomorrow will be the first day of working with it. Thank you, for the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.

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  1. Sorry to hear about Larry's mom. So frustrating being so far away. But you can pray for them. Praying for them right now!
    Psalms 31:14-16, 24 But I trusted in thee, O LORD: I said, Thou art my God. My times are in thy hand: deliver me from the hand of mine enemies, and from them that persecute me. Make thy face to shine upon thy servant: save me for thy mercies' sake. (24) Be of good courage, and he shall strengthen your heart, all ye that hope in the LORD.
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