Thursday, March 31, 2016

3/31/16 after Easter

Happy late bunny day! We went to my youngest son Jason's house for an Easter BBQ. It was good. We were able to get my Mom out of the house for the afternoon. She seemed to like that although it was REAL slow going............The weather has been warmer and sunny. We sure are enjoying that. Not sure how long seeing blue skies will last though. After all, we are in the Pacific Northwest. lol lol

Look what Dan has now. On our last trip to the American Lake VA, he picked up his c-pap. And OMG what a difference this machine has made! We have been together almost 15 years and every night he snores. SNORES REAL bad! I could have bought stock in an earplug company! I haven't used earplugs since hes been using the c-pap. I'm also thinking that by using this, his vicious headaches aren't so bad. But then hes taking a new med for his headaches and that might be helping also. Anyway, having the c-pap is the best thing that has happened to him since getting his hearing aids. :-) Oh, and I'm the first best thing. lol lol lol
Some of the people at Jason and Jenny's BBQ
Son Jason and my niece Deanna
Hi Dan!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Taylor, one of Jenny's girls, trying to carry the soccer goal net. It was quite amusing watching her. She LOVES soccer

Got my Mom out of the house for the afternoon. I think she kept giving Jason's dog Onyx jelly beans
Jenny's daughter Autumn and my great-nephew Gabe shooting hoops
And. there goes Jason on his quad. I had just taken a ride with him on his "Jason made" trails throughout his almost 3 acres of woods. The house is in the small cleared area. Gnarly trails!

Jason and sister Christine
This is Chillie or Chili or Chilly or however its spelled, Jason's "inherited" chinchilla. She is so cute.
A couple of sunset pictures from my Mom's yard looking out at the Olympic Mountains


Rick and Kathy Rousseau said...

Well Dan may not feel like he is making a fashion statement with his CPAP mask but it is better than the alternative that you get from Sleep Apnea.
The experts say that Sleep Apnea is hereditary and looking back at the way my father kept visiting cousins awake while they tried to sleep on the second floor I know this statement to be true.
Kathy was diagnosed in late 04 and wears the Nose Pad mask. I was diagnosed in early 07 and where a Full mask which covers both the nose and mouth. We use them religiously every night and neither have that darned nose bridge. A few times while RVing the campground power went out and we were both left gasping for air. Since then I've made certain two RVs have additional batteries and a Pure Sine Power Inverter. We haven't been caught breathless since then.
It looks like you had a great time getting together with family members of all ages.
Be Safe and Enjoy!

It's about time.

Patty, Dan, Bella, and Bonehead in spirit said...

This CPAP has made a HUGE difference in his sleep. I wish we would have done this sooner.