October 19, 2015

Today was one of those days where you kind of sit back and say to yourself, "What happened with the day today?" It was a very busy day for all of us, and before we realized it, it was over, and I wasn't really sure what was accomplished. How can a day be so busy and it felt like not much happened?

The day started with us getting up at a little after 06:00 and then getting the girls moving. I can usually get out of the bedroom faster than Linda, so I went down and woke the two sleeping beauties, and within a few minutes, probably no more than three, Linda was making sure they were still getting out of bed, and starting to get ready for school. While she did that I got Jason something to eat. Right after that I went to work.

Work was spent on the same tasks and challenges we've had for the past several weeks, and that is to get a program moving and off the ground, for the client - in this case, the VA. The great thing about doing this with the team, is that we support each other and help each other with all the different things we need to work on.

Tonight Jason was going to be making dinner, then decided that he wasn't ready to be up that much, and gave the instructions to Linda, on what he wanted to do. He calls it his Tater-tot casserole, and I have to admit, it does taste pretty good. My personal taste is that I like to put some Cholula on it to give it a little more punch - but that's me. After dinner, we put the girls to bed and then Linda and I did something we often don't get a chance to do, and that is simply relax and talk. No one asking us for anything, and Jason had fallen asleep already. It was very nice. Not too much happened after that and we are just about ready to hit the sack ourselves. Thank you, for all the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive,


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