May 27, 2014

Today was more of a day where we were able to get a few things done (ran some errands) and still had time to relax a little. One of the bigger errands was Jason wanting to get over to the gymnastics school to check out their summer program and to see if it was something that he would be interested in, for his two daughters Stacy and Jackie. There are some logistical issues to be worked out, but it looked like something that he might be taking advantage of. One of the instructors talked about a friend of her's who was also EOD, only he is Navy, instead of Marine. He is also a wounded warrior (bilateral above the knee amputations), and he still comes in to the gym and gets some exercise. He sounds like a great guy.

We also did a few things around the house and made a few other trips, though there really wasn't a great deal accomplished and it felt really great. Jason did get a hair cut, and he looks like a Marine again. After the hair cut we came back to the house and dropped him off and went to go pick up the girls. They were ready to get back home and like always, very excited to see us. Linda then went into the kitchen and prepared an excellent meal of Salmon, rice, and vegetables. The one BIG thing she did different that I usually don't do, she got a chocolate cake for desert; the girls have been asking for a dessert. Of course, I don't eat much chocolate so I don't look for chocolate cake when I go shopping.

The rest of the evening was simply us relaxing around the house. A few phone calls came in, and the girls played in the front room for a little while singing and playing house. Towards the end of the day they were in Jason's room playing like they were a doctor (Stacy) and a nurse (Jackie) and Jason was the patient. I'm not sure who had more fun, but it was great to see, as far as Linda and I were concerned. Thank you, for all the continued prayers and support. Take care and stay positive.


  1. Sounds like a good day!
    The Lord is on your side! Praying hard!
    Psalms 118:4-6 Let them now that fear the LORD say, that his mercy endureth for ever. I called upon the LORD in distress: the LORD answered me, and set me in a large place. The LORD is on my side; I will not fear: what can man do unto me?


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