October 28, 2014

Another busy day, and just a bit more productive this time. The morning started off pretty much like the other mornings, with us getting the girls up and off to school. The difference being that Linda and I were both doing our best to get some exercise in, as we've found that it really does make us feel better, and what the heck... it's healthier.

Jason had an appointment with the folks at Physical Therapy (at Balboa), and he worked with Mike. He also did a number of exercises on his own, and stayed very busy during that hour (more like 75 minutes actually). Afterward we headed off to the Ability Center and Jason was able to pick up his truck. There is an inherit problem with the contact switch, so he will have to remember to insure the door is closed and that once closed, nothing hit the handle. He's talking about putting a sign on the door to discourage other folks from attempting to open it from the out side. The folks at the dealership (Chevy) said that about the only thing that can be done is to disconnect the switch, but then that would pose a number of other issues and reduce the safety factor. He will just live with it, as it is, for now.

This evening, and tonight we had baseball food for dinner (hot dogs) and the girls were very happy to have them. The only problem was that the Giants were not cooperative, and started out very poorly. Funny how one day the team can be hot, and then the next day it would be amazing to see a single hit come out of them... and don't get me started on pitching. Anyway, we're ready to continue to watch the game another day, and then we can really appreciate the level of effort of both teams. Thank you, for all the continued support and prayer. Take care and stay positive.


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January 2017
Jason gets a visit from Gen. Jon Monett

January 2017

January 2017
With Gary at the GSF Office

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