Other than being threatened with eviction, it has been a relatively normal day, well maybe a busy day, but still kinda normal. Yes, I said eviction. Apparently there has been some sort of clerical error that took place a few months back, that Jason wasn't aware of, and in fact, we're still not certain of what actually took place. The way military housing works is, each member of the services, who is entitled to be compensated for housing, receives a specific amount each month. This has been an on going thing with Jason, since the injury, and actually he has not even seen the money. They set it up so that whatever allowance you receive, it is exactly the same as the rent costs for base housing. This has been working just fine for the past 3+ years, here in San Diego. Then, at about the same time the divorce was final all of it got mucked up. Jason is working on getting it straightened up, yet in the mean time he was notified he had to pay up a bunch of money (TODAY) or be evicted. Fortunately Jason had the money, and avoided the issue, for now. There is a bunch more to this, and it would take me a couple of pages to get it all down, so just for now know, things are being worked on and we expect Jason to get most, if not all, of his money back.
We went down to get a nice family picture taken, as we haven't had that done in quite awhile. Usually the pictures are just of the girls, or maybe Jason and the girls. This time Linda and I were included, and it is probably a good thing, since I generally don't get a bunch of pictures taken of me. Linda will probably be looking or ways of displaying them around the house, and I did not capture any with my own camera, so I don't plan on posting on the blog.
The rest of the day was relaxed. The girls had good days at school and we all got some things done around the house that needed to be done. I suspect that tomorrow is going to be another relaxed day, and I will be doing some work for Stand Up And Play, so that they can know what they're doing. Thank you, for all the continued support and prayer. Take care and stay positive.