New Year's Day, January 1, and today were both kind of laid back. We stayed home yesterday, though I did get out for a short bike ride (very short, as it was less than 5 miles). With the terrain around here it is going to take me a few weeks before I will be able to get any ride in, of significant size.
Jason has been watching the Myth Busters Marathon, for the past couple of days. Some of the things they do are quite amazing, and on top of that it is very entertaining. With Jason staying in bed about 98% of the time, maybe a little variance but I think it is pretty close, he really hasn't been able to get out to do much. He would probably be out more, if his truck worked, but that won't be happening until later next week (I hope). The truck has been down for a few weeks now, and mostly it is because of schedule coordination, and then last week they were short handed. My guess is that with the holidays behind us we can get back to a more regular schedule.
Linda will be going over to Wounded Warrior, Sgt. Nick Kimmel's house, and she will be involved with some of the final set up and preparation of the house for dedication. She will be working with a couple of the other Blue Star Mothers and Chris from the Gary Sinise Foundation (not sure who else will be there), as they work to make the house look its best. They are going to be dedicating the house to Sgt Kimmel on Tuesday, right here in Fallbrook, next week. At this point, Jason is planning on going to the dedication, and I'll be doing the driving. The reality is that things happen, and we can never be 100% sure what we're doing, until we're doing it. Anyway, it should be a fun time, and especially for Nick, and his family. Thank you, for all your continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.