Today saw Spring come back in season and for those of us lucky enough to be in the Southern California area, it was a beautiful day. On top of being the beginning of Spring it was also a Lt. Dan Band Concert over at Camp Pendleton, and Jason was a special focus. Actually we were all treated as V.I.P.'s though the real focus was on Jason and what the different funds and foundations have done. The girls both received scholarships for college, and that money will go far in covering the total costs associated. The really nice part was that they are set for an amount that will adjust as time moves on. I think Stacy understood she was receiving a nice gift, but I don't think she fully understands tuition and the costs associated with going to college. Jackie was just having a great time being around so many people who were providing all of us so much attention.
Jason is doing well and the wounds are continuing to improve, though there is one that seems to have decided to give a little trouble. I am working closely with Rod, from Wound Care, and we believe it won't take too long to get it totally under control. Having the Wearable has been such a great benefit for Jason, as he allowed him to spend a little more time at the concert, and still be relatively comfortable and no additional stress to the rest of his body.
Tomorrow will begin with the girls going to school, and Linda and I will be taking them. Of course Linda will be getting them up and ready, and I will be doing the driving to and from the school. Not really sure how the rest of the day is going to go, other than Jason has an appointment and I'll be going with him.
Tomorrow is a memorable day for Linda and I, as we kind of celebrate it as an anniversary of sorts. It is the day I proposed, 41 years ago. It is also George's 39th birthday. Funny, the 41-year mark doesn't make me feel any older, but George turning 39 does! Oh, well, I am just glad to know that all the boys are doing well and we get to see all of them, from time to time. Thank you, for all the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.