It has been another good day for Jason, and the Ross family, here in San Diego. We did have to take the girls to school this morning, and now won't see them again for five days, then the cycle all begins again. Over the past few weeks we have been running into some difficulties getting wound care supplies and making sure that we have all that is needed to help Jason. I think, as a result of working with Dr. Sheu and Sarah with the V.A. most, if not all the issues have been addressed and by the end of this week we will have the supplies rolling like they're supposed to. That makes me feel much more comfortable, and I think it makes Jason feel better as well.
Tomorrow Karen Ryan, a family friend, will be coming down to spend some time with us, and she and Linda plan to take off for a couple of days for some "girls time" together. We will be getting up a little on the early side and I'll take off for a quick bike ride. At about 10:30 Linda and I will head over to the airport to pick up Karen and then we'll come back to the house, so she can say, "Hi!" to Jason. From there I'm not really sure how it is going to roll out, as it depends on how Jason is feeling. I am still looking for it to be a very nice day, even if it rains (it rained yesterday and early this morning). Actually, if it rains I'll be kind of happy.
Linda and I watched a movie, Enemy at the Gates, as we hadn't seen it in quite a while. One of the benefits of having a bunch of movies is that sometimes you can go back to your "collection" and find something that you haven 't seen in a while, and it is a really good movie. I even made some popcorn and we kind of felt like we had our own little theater. Then we decided to go to bed, as we were getting tired. Thank you, for all the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.