What a wonderfully quite and relaxed weekend. Jason did get out to doing some shooting of his "new" Colt 45 revolver (1917 original Peacmaker), and found out that there was some issues with how the mechanism needs some adjustments (he only got off 5 shots and then it jammed). It was also the 38th birthday for George, our oldest son (Jason's oldest brother). We will be going up to see him next week, along with Sean, our other son who lives in San Francisco.
Other than that there really wasn't much done this past weekend, other than some normal daily living activities, like shopping and cleaning, and one other unusual activity, and that was getting some pictures taken of the girls for a special project that Linda plans to work on. We took the girls to the Picture People, and they took a bunch of photos of the girls in different outfits. It was actually a lot of fun and the girls had a great time. I was totally involved in watching and carrying things, while Linda had the most work of making sure the girls were wearing the right things at the right times. All this while making it fun for the girls - I'm glad she was doing it.
We did get out to one of the local play areas, the girls like to call "parks" and let them, Stacy and Jackie, have some fun out side. They got to ride their bikes and that was good, and we spent an hour or more in heavy activity. One of our focuses is to make sure the girls do get plenty of exercise, and heading over to the school for bike riding or going to one of the play areas helps a great deal with this.
Tomorrow we will be heading up to Newport, and having dinner with some friends. The down side to this is that I won't be able to post afterward, as I don't think we will be getting home until after midnight. The dinner will be a chance for Jason to work with one of the celebrity chefs in the area, and we are looking forward to seeing just what it is they're going to be "cooking" up. Thank you, for all the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.