Today the girls had a special visitor, and her name was Joselynn. It isn't the same Joselynn that comes to the house frequently, it is the daughter of one of the tile guys, who worked on Jason's bathroom, Joe. He came to the house this afternoon, to finish a project, and he asked if he could bring his daughter along, and both Stacy and Jackie were thrilled to have another little playmate. When we moved in, Linda had set up a play area, just for the girls, so having one more person to join in worked out just fine. Joselynn is older than Stacy, by about two years, and it was very cute to see Stacy get very nervous, prior to Joselynn's arrival. Stacy was concerned that they wouldn't play well together,
and as soon as Joselynn arrived, all the fears and concerns went out the door. They are about the same size, so that helps, and Stacy is mature for her age, and that helped as well. Over all, it was a very good visit, and they even were able to go out and fly kites together. Jackie needed a little help with that, but that's what grandpas are for.
Linda fixed French Toast for breakfast, with bacon, and it was wonderful. Both girls demonstrated that they have good appetites, and ate everything on their plates. After breakfast Linda took off to run some errands and do a little shopping and I started to unpack some boxes. I managed to get a few of them emptied, and even helped a little with the final touches on Jason's bathroom. Jason did take a shower today, before Joe arrived (with his daughter), and when I did the dressing change I was happy to see improvement. There is still going to be several more days before he is past this issue, though it is good to see improvement. What I need to do, is find out who I need to connect with to get even more traction for a better seating arrangement for Jason. I have been communicating with some people, but I would really feel better if I knew there were more, inside the VA, or within the Naval Hospital system focused on this. Seems like each time we talk with them, we get great lip service and then nothing more happens.
Also, tomorrow, Linda's parents, Joe and Jess are going to be coming for a visit, and they are bringing Linda's brother Tom and his wife along. They haven't see the house yet, and I haven't seen either of them in quite a long time, so it should be a pretty good visit. Thank you, for all the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.