January 22, 2014

We got up this morning, and I let the girls sleep in for a little while, just enough for them to start to wake up on their own. I really don't like having to get them up early in the morning, but sometimes I guess it is what has to be done. Breakfast was simple, more Cheerios, and I packed Stacy's lunch, and then we were all off to the pre-schools. Actually we dropped Stacy off first and then headed over to Balboa to drop Jason off, and then I took Jackie to the CDC (Child Development Center), on base. Jason had his PT appointment, and that took just a little over an hour, and while he was there I stopped in and visited with Jenifer T. She has responsibility for much of the goings on with C5, and she let me know that in fact, C5 is NOT going away, and that much of the core structure or programs, are going to remain in tact. I apologize for any confusion that I may have caused with yesterday's statement, so hopefully this provides the correct information.

After his appointment, Jason wanted to go get his hair cut and then we were called over to Building 26 to deal with some paperwork. Unfortunately, I goofed on another scheduled appointment that Jason and I both had, and it was back at the house. Fortunately, I received a call as a nice reminder and Jason and I were quickly headed back to the house. Robb and Mark, from the Nice Guys wanted to speak with Jason about his truck, or better, his desire to get a truck. They can help coordinate the ability to get Jason something very close, if not exactly, to what he wants. They have a great number of connections and can work with multiple other organizations to help make the truck a reality. Anyway, Jason answered a few questions and then we had a nice visit, and they were on their way.

After that visit I made lunch for Jason and sat back to rest for a little while. Later in the afternoon I had a meeting with PMI, and it was going to go on into the evening, where I didn't get home tonight until about 21:00 (9pm). It was a good meeting for me, and if I should decide that I can get back into the work force, than this will be a good place for me to start to network. That was pretty much the day, and tomorrow is going to be spent at Camp Pendleton, or at least a few hours of it. We go in the morning, and then we'll be back by early afternoon. Joselyn will back from her vacation and we can get back to a more normal routine again. Thank you, for all the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.


  1. Glad things are working out so well about the truck! Must be strange thinking about getting back into the work force after all you've been through. Hope it works out for you!
    Lifting up prayers right now!
    Psalms 28:8-9 The LORD is their strength, and he is the saving strength of his anointed. Save thy people, and bless thine inheritance: feed them also, and lift them up for ever.


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