It occurred to me that I made a comment in my posting, last night, that left a bit of a question, just hanging out there; so, here is the answer... Linda found her wallet a couple of hours later, and as some may have guessed, it was in her purse.
Jason slept a large portion of today, and I really don't know why, other than he was tired. Actually, that's the part that puzzles me, because we didn't do much yesterday, and I thought he went to sleep last night at a reasonable hour. Be that as it may, when he woke and began moving around and talking he seemed very much normal and regular old Jason. Then again, 31 isn't very old... ;-)
We got up and got the girls fed, and then we were off to swim lessons. Stacy is doing very well, and Jackie is still getting used to the water. They have been working on holding your breath more and Jackie tends to want to close her mouth after she is already under water. She's getting better at it, and I would guess that by tomorrow she will be able to hold her breath for more than 5 bananas (they count by bananas - Stacy can hold her breath for 10 bananas right now). After the swim lesson, Grandma (Linda) takes them to the locker room and gets them dressed, and often times re-braids their hair, or puts it up in a pony tail.
The rest of the day was kind of relaxed, though I did help a little with the church's rummage sales, and took Stacy to the bike shop, and we didn't do much else. At the bike shop I was attempting to get some trainer wheels for the bicycle Stacy has (it was given to her by a friend of ours, Fred Thomson) and found that they don't make trainers for that particular one. Apparently the rear axle isn't long enough, and to get it replaced with a longer one isn't economically feasible. We'll just have to figure this one out because Stacy wants to learn how to ride a bike, a 2-wheeler.
Tomorrow will be another day, with a chance for the girls to go swimming, and for me to go for a bike ride. I don't need to be back at the house until about 10:00, so that means I can go for another 20+ mile ride. I'll just see where that takes me, and enjoy the scenery. Thank you, for all the continued prayers and support. Take care and stay positive