February 1, 2014

Jason pretty much stayed in bed today, and I think that was because of all the activity he was involved in yesterday. His spirits remain high and his attitude is strongly positive. Along with all of this the wounds slowly continue to heal. I guess that's the most frustrating aspect of his recovery. Just as it looks like they are about to close, they begin to open again, or worse, the skin ruptures in a new location. Typically these ruptures are small, and only take a couple of weeks to close back up, they just tend to be frustrating. On the overall picture, things are looking better and I am still hopeful that most everything will be closed when he goes back in for surgery, on February 20.

On another front, Linda will be moved down here to San Diego on February 14. I will be going up to help with some of the final packing (she has been doing most of it with the help of many friends), and then driving the two of us back down on Valentines Day. She will be staying with Jason and I, AND the girls at the house here, until Jason's new house is built. Not sure when that is going to happen, but we are hoping that it will be done by the end of this year... maybe a first Christmas in the new house.

Tomorrow is going to be another day of relaxing and staying down, as he wants to be sure he is ready for the Hollywood Salute To The Troops, next week. We go up Monday and come back Thursday, and then shortly after that I will be going up to Livermore. This is all exciting developments for all of us, and especially for me. It will be great to have her back down here and we can be together again, like we're supposed to be. Thank you, for all the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.

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  1. Am so happy that Linda's moving to San Diego! Bestest Valentine's Day gift for both of you!
    Sorry to hear about the continued healing problems.
    Keep your eyes on the only true source of peace and strength. Praying!
    Isaiah 26:3-4 Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee. Trust ye in the LORD for ever: for in the LORD JEHOVAH is everlasting strength.

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