September 4, 2015

We're going to be working towards getting settled in this new house, for the next several days, and even perhaps weeks. We have been emptying boxes, and I now have a small pile of broken down boxes on the patio. What I am going to need to figure out is how we're going to be getting rid of those boxes, once we're done emptying and breaking down. But, that isn't something I need to worry about right now.

Jason is doing better, though he is getting tired of just laying in bed. He only gets up to do very short activities, and then goes back to lay down. He is very aware of the need for him to stay down, and I'm glad he is that way. I would be uncomfortable trying to tell him to stay down, rather I'd like to just encourage him to stay down. As my grandmother used to say - "You get more done with honey than vinegar."

The modifications to Jason's shower are nearly completed, and should be done tomorrow. They are meant to allow him to have a more comfortable time transferring to and from the shower. The work involved in getting that done was pretty amazing, and it makes me appreciate even more the need to really take a look at things, before you start to work on them, to make sure you know what you're doing and you really know what you're getting.

Tomorrow I will be helping with the boxes and putting stuff away, and I have been breaking down boxes in the backyard, and will have more boxes tomorrow. The really big thing for tomorrow, though, will be helping the girls with flying kites. They each have a kite and because of the prevailing winds, around here, it should be relatively easy to get the kites to fly. At least that's what I keep telling myself. It will be fun and a nice break from unpacking. Thank you, for all the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.


  1. Post moving boxes on Craigslist. They will be gone by the end of the day! Thanks for all you are doing! Your family is truly amazing. From a USAF mom from Pleasanton!


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