We had a nice Sunday, and other than going to church this morning, we pretty much stayed home. We did go to Costco to pick up a few things and I went for a nice 15.25 mile bike ride this morning. It took me just over an hour and I tracked it with my new Runtracker App. A friend of mine, Bill B. suggested it and so far it seems to work pretty well. It runs on a smart phone and reports to you as you are moving along. I wear a backpack as I ride, and keep my cell phone at the top of the pack. This way I can hear it as I go along, and it tells me the pace I'm keeping. I was actually hoping to get a little better time, but traffic lights don't always cooperate along the route. Anyway, that was before church, and I got back to the house with plenty of time to not only get myself ready, but I also helped get the girls ready, with time to spare.
The rest of the day was spent just relaxing and playing with the girls. Linda is still working on getting things reorganized around here, and she's making some good progress. Jason and I do our best to just stay out of the way (I do help to move and carry stuff when she asks, but otherwise I stay clear). Jason's wounds are looking very good right now, and I'm hopeful that the healing will continue. We will be going in to Wound Care on Wednesday, and I am anxious for them to see how things are progressing.
Tomorrow the girls go back to school, as Christmas break is over and we have to get back into the "normal" routine. I also need to take down the rest of the decorations, in the front of the house, and start to look forward to Ground Hog Day! By Ground Hog Day it is beginning to feel like Spring around here, and that is okay by me. Thanks, for all the continued support and prayers - we do appreciate it. Take care and stay positive.