Hi, and thank you to each and everyone who have sent their best wishes and prayers for Blazer. I am sorry I didn't get to email each and every one of you, and thank you, but we are still very busy. Blazer is doing fine. He still wants to play 24/7 like always. No side effects yet. We did get a call from the University of Pennsylvania to possibly include Blazer in a experimental program, as he is a good candidate for this experiment. We are still deciding and have to August 1st, the date of our appointment in Philly with the vets doing the study/experiment. It almost sounds more invasive then the surgery we declined not to do. So after we made our decision we have to make another one. Things just aren't going easy for us this year.
We have been super busy getting things in order here in Downingtown. Linda's brother is doing great. He still has a long way to go to get out of rehab, but each day he is getting stronger. Susan in doing much better and we hope within the next week she can get into their apartment in assisted living. They are in two different rehab facilities which makes things tough. All of the furniture is at the auction house going up for auction on the 21st. of this month. The house is going on the auction block on the 3rd of August. We still have a lot of stuff in both attics and the basement and garage to go to the auction house which we hope will all go this week. As if this is not enough, I have been summons to jury duty this passed week. We ask each day, What next?
In spite of all, we can see the open road ahead. This is what keeps us going. We are planning on leaving here on the 16th of August. It will have been almost 5 months we spent here. We are glad we could have done this, but are looking to hit the road. It has been very trying and tiring. Having to make decisions for other peoples lives is very hard on us mentally.We did and are doing the best we can, but it is not easy.
Our only firm planes are to be in Florida by sometime in October. We plan on spending the winter in FL, and staying on the east coast just in case we are needed in PA. The best thing about being in PA, is being close to our sons and their wifes. We just wish we we could spend more time with them. We have things on our bucket list, and hope to get back to them soon. We are thankful for what we have done and hope and pray our health keeps us on the road.