Another quick update - - - Jason turns 34 tomorrow, and we're planning on a very low key celebration. Mostly because we already had a gathering of some friends yesterday, Monday. It was kind of relaxed and very nice to see the people here, and Jason getting out and doing some socializing. The down side is that Linda is in Hawaii right now, helping a friend. It was one of those difficult choices she had to make, but the friend did need her there, and I assured her I would be able to take care of things at the home front... and so far I've been able to.
The girls got up this morning, and we went through our regular routine of getting ready and having breakfast. Not having Linda here made it a little different, but they seemed to deal with it pretty well. I got them to school on time, and they were in good spirits when I picked them up. I even managed to get a couple of errands out of the way, and a load of clothes washed. If I can manage that for another two days, then we'll be home free and Linda will be back home. Actually, I'm glad that Linda had this time with her friend, and it was in Hawaii, as it like a mini vacation for her, and it lets her wind down a little.
Jason has a regular Wound Care appointment tomorrow, so after I get the girls to school, we'll be heading off to the hospital at Balboa, and by the time we're done there, and back home, it will be time to pick the girls back up. We have a garage sale coming up in a matter of 10 days or so, and I have not been able to work on any of that prep work, yet.
Jason is still working on his hobbies and has started making Mead. It seems he is a natural at it, as the first few batches he's made are excellent. Everyone who tries it compliments it and says how smooth it is. I think that he hopes to eventually get to the point where he can consider turning it in to a business, instead of a hobby. As a hobby, he can make a little but as a business he would need to make a bunch. It keeps him happy, so I'm happy with it. That's about all for now, so thank you for all the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.