Linda and I got up this morning and the first thing we wanted to do was to get some exercise in. Funny, how your life adjusts when you start exercising regularly. Anyway, it was early enough that we could get some calories burned and get our bodies moving, and still have time to get ready for church. It felt kind of strange going to church this morning, and not having the girls with us, but they are not so we couldn't bring them along. Also, today was the last day for the Aloha Shirts and next week the pastor will be wearing his more traditional robe again... Summer is officially over now.
After service we came back to the house and jumped on a few other things that needed to be accomplished, and we worked pretty hard, all day, at getting them done. We didn't get everything done, but we did make a serious dent, so I'm pretty happy with the way things worked out.
Jason is doing well, and his wounds are still making some very good progress. He has been staying down more, and except for the time with the Blue Star Moms yesterday, over these past couple of days he has been taking it very easy - and that is a good thing. Tomorrow he has another appointment with the VA, at their dental section, and then possibly a visit to his "new" primary (all depends on how the schedules work out). I put new in quotes because we have been told that he would be seeing Dr. Peo as his primary, and the good doctor is the same primary Jason had when he was active duty. Dr. Peo left the Army (he was an Army doctor working at a Naval Hospital, helping Marines heal) and came straight to the VA. Jason was happy to hear about the primary assignment. Thank you, for all the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.