Jason has spent almost two full days, without the wound-vac, and I think he has been quite happy about it. The reason I removed the vac is because we are out of a specific piece, that is important for the wound-vac to work properly, without damaging any of the good tissue. We'll have that material again tomorrow, and he'll probably have to wear the vac again. He has an appointment tomorrow, and they'll take a look. Personally I think it is looking pretty good, though it has a ways to go to be able to be considered healed.
The girls came home from school yesterday, and Jackie was so very tired. Stacy wasn't anywhere near as tired, though she wasn't full of energy either. We were just glad to have them back home, and Linda had them go to bed a little earlier than usual, and I didn't get them up this morning, until I had to. Tonight, they are doing much better and I think they feel better. The challenge is that we won't see them again, after they go to school in the morning, until Friday afternoon.
My job has been keeping me VERY busy, and that has been a little extra strain on me. I think we'll get used to it in a couple of months, we just have to work our way through this. I feel kind of bad, in that when I'm tired I really am not putting forth the best effort, and producing the best product. Seems funny, thinking about the 1990's as the "Good Old Days," but that has passed through my mind, a few times. We were much younger then and we were doing great, and in general, the world was doing much better than it is today. If I recall, back in the 19th century (before my time), they had the "Gay 90's" and in the 20th century we had our "Gay 90's"... I wonder, does that mean the world will have to wait until the 2090's to have good times again... I hope not.
Things are going well right now, and we're making progress around the house. The garage is getting put into better shape; Jason's truck was just serviced and is operating quiet well. The van is now in for its service maintenance so all we have left to do is get our little Fusion in and all vehicles will be ready for another run around town. Thank you, for all the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.