September 7, 2014

A relatively easy day for the family, with Linda and I taking the girls to church (they both really enjoy going to Sunday School). Jason is feeling a little better, though his back still giving him some challenges and spasms. While at church we got a special treat, and got to meet the pastor's son Elliot Powers. He is an ordained Presbyterian Minister and has been doing some evangelistic work, and then about 1 1/2 years ago decided that he would turn it into a musical evangelistic ministry. He has amazing talents and singing voice, and we really enjoyed listening to him. He later did a performance in the evening that about 100 parishioners attended. I really do think this guy has a true calling and I hope he continues with this work. He is a little older than Jason and has two daughters, 2yrs and 4 yrs old (about the same spread as Stacy and Jackie).

Anyway, after service there was a carnival of sorts, at the church, with a big Jumpy-house for the kids to play in. They also had some games and prizes for all the kids. Both of them were pretty worn down by the time we finally left, and that was close to noon. After their lunch they went down for a nap, both of them saying they weren't tired, and about 30 seconds after laying down they were both out, and slept for a couple of hours.

I got to watch the 49er game (most of it anyway), and thought they played well, but showed lots of areas where they can still improve - For those that don't know, Dallas lost 28/17. Dallas didn't get into the game until the 4th qrt and by then it was too late.

Dinner was simple and the rest of the evening was relaxed. The girls went to bed about 08:15 and now we've come to the end of the day. Tomorrow Jason has some appointments with the VA, up in La Jolla, so I don't know how long that is going to take, but I do know that if they don't get things going correctly I am going to let them know I am  not happy with them. Thank you, for all the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.


  1. Know that you're in my prayers!
    Psalms 118:14-16 The LORD is my strength and song, and is become my salvation. The voice of rejoicing and salvation is in the tabernacles of the righteous: the right hand of the LORD doeth valiantly. The right hand of the LORD is exalted: the right hand of the LORD doeth valiantly.


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