September 27, 2016

Today started out as a normal crazy busy day, with getting the girls off to school and then Linda and I taking off to take care of some errands. Jason even got up and seemed like he was feeling pretty good, being his regular talkative self. We felt pretty comfortable heading off for a few hours. As it turned out, Jason's "feeling good" period didn't last too long, and he had to lay back down. This happened after we were off taking care of the errands. Just as we were on our way back home, it was close to lunch time so Linda called Jason to see if he wanted us to pick up something for him and all he said was that we needed to get back home as soon as possible, and he wanted to get to the hospital at Camp Pendleton.

We made it back home in a matter of about 15 minutes and in another few minutes Jason and I were back on our way to the hospital ER. They did their regular checks and began some labs when they were able to gather some other information from Balboa, where Jason recently went, for the follow up, of the last ER visit. Turned out that there lab work, from yesterday, indicated that Jason still has the infection and so they decided to treat him with more antibiotics and fluids. Only this time they also decided he needed to stay for a couple of days in the hospital, so now that is where he is. We were in the ER for nearly eight hours before he got to his room, and they have him isolated. I wasn't able to speak with the doctor, before leaving, to find out why the isolation, but I'll get that tomorrow.

I am guessing there will be more updates coming, and possibly a few new posts, so please stay tuned for the latest. Thank you, for all the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.


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January 2017
Jason gets a visit from Gen. Jon Monett

January 2017

January 2017
With Gary at the GSF Office

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