March 24, 2014

A little crazy this morning, as Jason had an early appointment and I still needed to get the girls to their pre-schools. Then I found out that the Ambulance service, who was to be transporting Jason, didn't have a dispatch record on the books for Jason, today. They did have one for tomorrow, but there is no appointment for tomorrow. Anyway, I was on the phone with them and got it all corrected, and we still made the right time for the appointment. (more on the Care Ambulance folks later)

At the appointment we took a look at the wounds and found out one very surprising thing... ALL THE ORIGINAL WOUNDS ARE NOW CLOSED! I was so happy to see this, and on top of that the incision that is still healing is looking better. I am very hopeful that the wound vac will be gone next week, and that in a matter of one or two weeks Jason will be able to sit up again. Probably not for prolonged periods, at first, but still able to sit up. This at least gets him back to the "new normal" and hopefully able to take steps to get his life going again.

Once we were back home and lunch taken care of we were able to relax a bit and get into a few other chores we wanted to get taken care of. Well, actually I was the one doing most of the chores, but Jason was able to get on line and take care of whatever he wanted to. One of the things I needed to do was contact the folks at Care Ambulance  (told you I'd get back to them), and schedule another transport for Jason on Thursday, the next appointment. I wanted to make sure that the order was done right this time so I was taking my time with the person I was speaking with. Joselyn, the Home Health Aid helping with Jason, over heard a great deal of the conversation and was amazed at how many times I had to repeat myself, just to make sure this guy was getting the information down correctly. I will be giving them a call again tomorrow, just to be sure the information is right, and to give me some warm fuzzies that this Thursday goes better.

The rest of the day was laid back and I had plenty of time to read stories to the girls. They like it when I do voices for the different characters. I'm not as good as their Daddy, but I do what I can. They went to bed very well, and tomorrow is going to be another great day. Thank you, for the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.

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  1. It's not good that you can't count on transportation! This is their job! To be there when needed!
    Always keep your eyes on the Lord! Praying!
    Proverbs 3:5-6 Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.

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