August 3, 2017

Well, it kind of feels like we're getting back into a more normal routine and back to a regular flow of things. Over this past week, Linda has been in New York City, with the Blue Star Mothers (their 75th anniversary) and our oldest son, George, has been here with Jason and I, along with the girls for a few of those days. Tomorrow the girls will be back at the house, in the morning; George will be traveling back up to Livermore, in the evening; and, Linda will be coming home in the evening as well. Then we all get to settle back down in the house for a day or two and then we go camping!

The really good news is that Jason's wounds are beginning to heal up much more now, and he can get up and around in his wearable for longer periods. The camping we're getting ready for is relatively close by, so when Jason is feeling up to it, he will be able to come to our "camp" site (we'll be in  a motor home) and spend some time with the girls in a whole new setting. Linda and I are simply looking forward to doing something different and enjoying the out doors.

Jason's chickens are no longer in the house, as he has moved the three smaller ones out to join the other two larger chickens, in their yard and coop. Right now the bigger hens are not too welcoming of the three smaller ones, but it will simply be a matter of time before they settle down. The one chicken that we know is a rooster was crowing all the time, while in the house. Now that he is out in the chicken yard he has been very quiet. I guess this will change over time, as well.

Really not much more to post about, right now, so I'll end it here. Thank you, for all the continued support and prayers. Take care and stay positive.


January 2017

January 2017
Jason gets a visit from Gen. Jon Monett

January 2017

January 2017
With Gary at the GSF Office

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