February 25, 2014

Today started out a little better than yesterday, and we were able to get Stacy off to school at almost exactly 08:00. While I walked Stacy to school, Linda stayed back and helped Jackie to get ready, and when I returned we all headed off for Jackie's stay with the Child Development Center (CDC) at Balboa. Maybe that is one of the blessings of being with the girls, and getting the opportunity to see, again, just what it is like to watch children grow, only in this case our granddaughters.

We went up to visit with Jason, for a little while, and while we were there we spoke with a few people, trying to figure out just what was going on with his case manager being out. After a few conversations, and going over to see an old friend at C5, we were able to get a few things cleared up. I even made sure there was a good focus on Jason's dressing change, as it seemed like it could have been done better. Later in the day I did get the chance to speak with his doctor, and he said that there was no medical reason that Jason couldn't go home, and that about the only thing holding it up was knowing that the environment at the house was ready for him. It looks like we will have everything together tomorrow, and then Jason will be home. This will be a big plus for him, as well as us. He will be able to relax better, and we won't be spending the precious time, traveling back and forth to and from the hospital (seems like each time we go there is some type of problem on the freeway and we get delayed, one direction or the other).

I let Linda stay back at the house, since her leg was bothering her a bit and I didn't want to aggravate it. I went to pick up Stacy first and then over to get Jackie. Once they were with me we headed over to visit with Jason. It seems they are staying up on his meds and he is feeling more comfortable. There are still some challenges with his wound dressings, but that will get better, as we go along. My feeling is that Jason will benefit from this surgery, and all these recovery challenges will be worth it. Thank you, for all the continued prayers, and take care and stay positive.

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  1. So if you wrote this he could be home already? Hope it all goes well!!!!!!!!!!!!
    The Lord will always use whatever you're going through for your good! Know that I'm praying!
    Psalms 91:9-12 Because thou hast made the LORD, which is my refuge, even the most High, thy habitation; There shall no evil befall thee, neither shall any plague come nigh thy dwelling. For he shall give his angels charge over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways. They shall bear thee up in their hands, lest thou dash thy foot against a stone.

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