Captain Jason

The latest news on the recover of Jason after his injury in Iraq by an IED.


Snail Mail:

Cpt. Jason Scott
WRAMC Building 20
Mologne House Hotel #316
6900 Georgia Ave. NW
Washington DC 20307

Phone: 202 577 0092

Sunday, March 26, 2006

Lisa Visits: Saturday

We slept in on Saturday till nine and I headed to Ron's to pick up Lisa. As Ron was "dog sitting for a friend" I was met at the door by 5 dogs, his two and three weekend guests. All of them happy with tales wagging and wanting attention. Lisa and I headed back to Mologne and stopped off at the restaurant to pick up Jason's regular of bagel and cream cheese. We talked with a new parent who had just arrived and was greatly relieved that after 2 days, the MD's at WR had placed an epidural pain block that stopped the agony in both his legs. His dad said, "It was so good to see his face relaxed when he returned from the OR."

Then up to the room where now Jason was awake, watching TV-Animal Planet. After eating breakfast it was time to decide what Lisa and Jason were going to do for Saturday in DC. (I am hoping Lisa will write to the blog of her visit). They headed to Dupont Circle to eat lunch at a Thai restaurant where, I believe, Jodi and Jason ate on her visit. Lisa and Jason stopped to get Jason's prescription glasses that are very good looking on him; the kind that change color and act like sunglasses. They watched Inside Man and for dessert ate Hagen Daz ice cream.

Later in the evening we invited Ron to join us at the Washington Improv and enjoyed an evening of madcap comedy including a "fighting fish named Reggie" who was given Alzhiemer's pills... And you know how Improv goes.

Katy's Day
I was a member of the national Board of Directors for the Women's Ordination Conference (WOC) between 1999-2005. An international event for the last 11 years is a gathering for prayers for the ordination of women in the Roman Catholic Church on the feast day of the Annunciation, March 25. This year 20 such events were held across the USA. About 30 women gathered at the home of Andrea Johnson, once the Executive Director of WOC for a brunch and prayers. We used a litany that included the names of women collected by Dr. Dorothy Irvin archeologist who has done extensive research presenting proof (paintings, mosaics, tomb inscriptions) for women deacons and women priests in early Christianity. Women included: Petronella, Artemidor of Egypt, Julia Runa of Hippo (Algeria), Leta Of%2


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