Well, it started out today pretty much as most of these days have started out, and that is with Linda and I getting up to get some exercise in. We have not only discovered that exercising and eating better is good for you, we have fully embraced the idea. It is almost as if it is something we have to do now, and when we don't, we feel a little out of sorts. Actually, I didn't get to do much exercising this morning, though that was my plan. I ended up getting pulled in to a few things going on with Stand Up and Play, and lost track of time. By the time I realized how late it was, it was too late to get started -- Jason had a couple of appointments he wanted to get to today, and there were other things we (Linda and I) needed to get done.
The appointments went well, though one of them took a little longer than normal - it wasn't a VA appointment, so it wasn't a VERY long time, just longer than usual. Linda needed to get going, as she was taking the girls up to her parents (Joe and Jess, or as Stacy and Jackie call them: Nana and Tata), for the weekend. Jason and I are headed up to Newport Beach to participate in a golf tournament and skeet shooting. This is being put on by Carrington, and they wanted as many of the Wounded Warriors there as could make it. It was decided that because the girls are so young that it wouldn't be fair to them to bring them along, and that going to Nana and Tata's would be way more fun. Anyway, Jason and I will be driving up tomorrow sometime, either late morning or early afternoon.
The rest of the day seemed kind of strange, to me. I am so used to having Linda and the girls here that with all of them gone (they left at about 14:30 (2:30pm)) the house is so very quiet. I watched a little baseball, but that was after the Giants had already won their game, so though it was interesting, it wasn't enough to keep me focused. Jason and I will have to pack up tomorrow morning (after I do get some exercise in this time) and then head on out. Jason is going to be driving up in his truck, so that should be kind of exciting, and fun, I hope. Thank you, for all the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.
(apologies for the type-o's and mistakes - Linda isn't here to help with the editing duties she usually does for me).