January 21, 2014

Jason was in fine form today, and really drove the direction of the property search today. We got up early, though not too early, and even had plenty of time for a nice easy breakfast (they love their Cheerios). We got them to school and made a quick stop to see the folks who are the new contacts for his care and case management. We were told that C5 no longer exists, or maybe more appropriately, has been shut down. We both thought, "Wow! I would have expected a little  more communications on that." Now Jason will simply be handled via the regular medical pathways, though I do plan to find out more about it tomorrow, when we go in. Anyway, after the Balboa visit we headed off to Fallbrook, to meet up with Tim and go look at some property he had lined up for Jason.

Fallbrook is a little over 1/2 an hour to get to, via I-15, and it seems to be a pretty nice area. We actually spent a good six hours driving around and looking around and found some very nice properties that Jason liked. There were a couple in particular, that he liked, and to be fully honest about it, I liked them, too. The last one, in particular had some very strong possibilities, though we need to make sure all of them fit into the agreed upon budget. We did stop in the early afternoon to grab a bite to eat, and to take a look at the local businesses a little. I liked what I saw and I think Jason did, too. The path we took, going from one property to another, was pretty well directed by Jason, and Tim did a great job of keeping him engaged with everything. Towards the end, Jason was getting a little tired, and on top of that we needed to get back to pick up the girls. Typically we have the girls back at the house no later than 16:00 (4:00pm). Today it was more like 17:00 (5:00pm) when we walked back in the house. They were excited to see us and it made me feel pretty good the way the jumped up on Jason, when we got to the respective schools.

Jason didn't get his regular shower in, until after the girls went to bed. The wounds are looking good, and getting smaller all the time. My guess is that he will be pretty well healed up, just about the time they want to open up that same area to get that final procedure done. I am hoping that the healing time is faster, since it will be on already healed tissue. Anyway, we'll see what happens. Thank you, for all the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.


  1. Sounds like the search is going well! Hope you can find just the right land!
    Always praying hard!
    Psalms 28:6-7 Blessed be the LORD, because he hath heard the voice of my supplications. The LORD is my strength and my shield; my heart trusted in him, and I am helped: therefore my heart greatly rejoiceth; and with my song will I praise him.
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