This week is a bit of a busy week for us, as we all seem to have doctor appointments, and then other appointments for the dogs and I will be heading out with a friend to scope out some amusement areas, to see if they can accommodate Jason. We have been to a couple of theme parks, and though we were told the rides would be available, when we arrived, we found out otherwise. This time I am going ahead to look, so that Jason doesn't have to make a needless trip.
There was supposed to be another appointment at the end of the week, but it looks like that was a small break in communications, as the doctor called today and spoke with Jason. Even the doctor thought he was meeting with Jason on the 18th, but it turns out he won't be able to meet until April 18th. Actually, the doctor and Jason had a nice chat and there is a good possibility that they will be scheduling a date for surgery in early Fall. I'll keep you posted as we find out more.
The three of us went out to dinner and then a movie, tonight, and saw London is Falling and it was pretty entertaining. It was an interesting story line and though it was very similar to Gerard Butler's movie about Washington, D.C. it was still worth the ticket (we got in on a discount Tuesday). If you have a desire to see the movie, and can get discounted tickets, then I'd recommend going. There were plenty of explosions and car crashes, as well as plenty of wild shooting.
Tomorrow I have an appointment with the doctor to see what he can tell me about my hands. I have some challenges with both of them, and would like to get them to be a bit more functional, without cramping or pain. It even makes typing a little difficult, but I continue to blog. I think we're going to Costco tomorrow as well, and running several errands. Linda's mom is recovering from heart surgery, where they replaced a valve on March 7th. She is doing better, and possible going home tomorrow. Linda has been in constant communication with her sister who flew in from Utah last Saturday to help with their mom, and we suspect that she will be doing great in a matter of a couple of weeks (months?). Thank you, for all the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.