This morning started out as normal as any that we have. We got the girls up and Jackie off to her pre-school, and that was that. Stacy managed to stay in her pajamas a little while longer and finally got dressed, so that she could spend some time with Grandma, since she was going to be going to take care of some errands. In the mean time, Jason and I had an appointment with the folks at The Ability Center, where I needed to get the lift system looked at and some possible minor adjustments. When I dropped the van off I made sure to ask that it be ready before the end of the day, since we were going to be needing it tomorrow.
I had put my bike in the back of the van, so that I could ride, to get myself back home. I decided to head over to A1 storage to make a payment, on the way back, and it still provided me a little over 10 miles, with most of it being down hill. Kind of a fun ride, but I have to admit, it wasn't any where near the exercise I really need. As it was, they called about an hour after I got back home, to let me know the van was ready, and I considered that a plus.
Not much else going on, for the rest of the day, until later this evening. Linda picked up Jackie at about 15:00 (3pm) and then we just sort of spent the next several minutes just cleaning up around the place. We had guests coming over, and we kind of like having a clean place for them to visit. It was Tae, and her friend Mel, and we had invited them over for Taco Tuesday. As it turned out, it was one of the best Tuesdays we've had, for Tacos, and it all worked out great. The down side is that Tae and Mel are headed for Texas in a couple of days, and we won't be seeing them for a few months. The positive is that we will be seeing them again, as they plan on coming back for a visit; and, Linda and I may even get a chance to go out to Texas and visit them.
Tomorrow we will be going up to Fallbrook, not only to see the progress of Jason's new house, but to join in with the fun at Nick Kimmel's ground breaking ceremony. It looks like his house has finally been set to get built, and tomorrow is day number 1. This is going to be so much fun, because it will be all about him and we can be spectators for a change. Not sure what else we'll be doing, but I do know that we will be keeping the girls for a little while longer, as we've been asked, again, to keep them with us. Thank you, for all the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.