March 11, 2014

Today started with the same chaos as Monday, and we still managed to get the girls to their Pre-Schools on time. I think the girls look forward to the fun and play each morning, while Grandma and Grandpa scramble to make sure they're dressed and fed before they go. I guess it is going well, because there is always plenty of laughter and smiles and we do manage to get there with a few minutes to spare.

After the early morning "rush" we were able to settle back and relax just a little. Jason's appointment wasn't until 11:30, and the ambulance wouldn't be arriving until 11:00, or at least that was when it was scheduled. It actually arrived about 10 minutes earlier than we had planned, but that was okay, it didn't mess with the schedule. They two men from the ambulance transport company were professional, as all the others have been, and simply said they didn't know about the 11:00 scheduled time and that they only responded to the dispatch they were sent. I guess the dispatch went out sooner than it needed too.

At the appointment we (the wound care folks and me) got a good chance to see how the healing was coming along and it looked pretty good. I get to see it on a daily basis, but at the office Jason is in a different position and they have a bright light shining on the area. We were there for less than an hour and then headed on back home. Before leaving a next appointment was set up and we will be headed back in on Friday.

Otherwise there wasn't much else done today. Joselyn came in to help so Linda and I were able to head off to the store, where we both bought a new pair of tennis shoes, though neither of us play tennis... ;-) It was one of those things where we both needed shoes and kept putting off going until today. We just decided that it was the right time. The rest of the day was spent with Linda fixing dinner (chicken, potatoes, vegetables and fruit) and it was real good. Jason was actually sleeping pretty soundly by the time dinner was ready so he didn't get to eat when we did. Thank you, for all the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.

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  1. Sounds like a good day!
    Keep your eyes on the Lord! Praying!
    Psalms 62:1-2 Truly my soul waiteth upon God: from him cometh my salvation. He only is my rock and my salvation; he is my defence; I shall not be greatly moved.

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