Some of you might be wondering what happened to the blog last night. Well, Linda and I actually got a "Date Night" in, and we went to a movie and dinner. The dinner was at a local Mexican restaurant and the food was pretty good, though I think some of the spiciness that was in Linda's made her tummy a little upset. Then we went on to a movie and saw, "No Escape." It was a very intense movie, and Owen Willson and Lake Bell did an amazing job, I was very pleased. We didn't go to the movie for the stars in the movie or for the content of the movie. We went because of the time it was shown, and it fit our open window of opportunity. As it turned out it was very intense for just about the entire movie, and as a result, that level of intensity, along with the spicy food, Linda's tummy was really going.

Prior to the getting out and doing something different, the day was busy enough and Linda continued
to plan for Stacy's birthday party (she'll be seven). Jason was in bed for most of the day and remained as positive as he always is. We did have a visit from the HOA, and they brought a welcoming gift for Jason. It is a flag that reflects that Jason was a part of the EOD team, and Jason really appreciated it. Otherwise there wasn't much to blog about.

Today was another day of great weather down here. We've had so many very hot (triple digit temps), and then got hit by some serious rain for a couple of days; it was nice to see a warm bright day with clear skies. Tomorrow is supposed to be another nice day, and that is particularly good, as Stacy is celebrating a seventh birthday, and we are having a party. That means we expect to see a bunch of her friends from school as well as from Pt. Loma area. We'll see who makes it tomorrow.

That's about it for now. As you can tell, I'm doing this kind of late, again, and I'm getting tired. I really need to get more into a pattern of getting the blog done earlier. Thank you, for all the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.


January 2017

January 2017
Jason gets a visit from Gen. Jon Monett

January 2017

January 2017
With Gary at the GSF Office

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