These past couple of days have been challenging, to say the least. The bad news is that the girls got pretty sick with the flu, or something, before we go them, and they progressively got sicker. Both of them were running temps of up to 102.2, and we spent a few late night hours comforting them. We gave them fever reducer and cough medicine, as well as other care and that brings us to the good news. They seem to be over whatever it was, and as of this afternoon they're back to their normal happy selves. Jason spoke with their pediatrician a couple times, or at least their advice nurse, and it seems we were doing everything we were supposed to be doing, and if their conditions hadn't improved today, they would be going in tomorrow. Now it seems that isn't going to be happening, and we can work towards getting back to normal ... whatever that is.
There was one kind of funny thing that happened, and I guess it was the result of crossed communications. Linda said something to Jason about needing some milk from Costco and Jason thought she had said something else. Linda told me that Jason wanted to go to Costco, so I went back and asked him when we were going to be going. He and I got to Costco, a short while later and when we both were in the store we kind of looked at each other and wanted to know who had the list. We ended up calling Linda and asked what we needed to get, besides milk, and she provided us a quick list of things. It felt like someone was filming a sitcom or something, and we were the stars.
Otherwise there isn't much change or update to report on, other than a specific date for ground breaking on Jason's new home has been set. We are looking forward to January 27th, morning, to put those shovels in the ground and getting this thing going. Once it does happen we will be taking some pictures and you'll be able to watch some of the progress here. Stay tuned for the exciting adventures to come. Thank you, for all the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.