Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Day 915 - Nov 30, 2010

We finally did make it to see the new Harry Potter movie! Poor Kevin couldn't see the whole screen though because the theater was on the small size. He needs a large theater and he also needs to sit at the top on the right just to be able to see the whole thing. He basically missed everything that was on the right side of the screen so we may have to go back and see it again at a different theater.

He didn't complain though...but at one point in the middle of the movie when it happened to be all quiet, Kevin exclaimed "I'm hungry" nice and loudly, lol. It's one of the reasons we try to go during the day - he sometimes says things too loud.

And we are both battling colds now. I gave Kevin some NyQuil earlier and he has been sleeping pretty soundly. I can't take anything because I can't afford to be groggy so hopefully it just gets out of both of our systems rather quickly.

And I think I will take advantage of the fact that Kevin is snoring away and will get some sleep myself.


Pattie said...

Glad to hear Kevin is progressing so well! I agree it's worth the time to take him where he will thrive. Can you work a stop in, like a snack or shopping, to give the rush hour traffic a chance to thin?

Just finished a book called "The Good Soldiers" and BMAC was mentioned there. Couldn't help but wonder if you guys know the soldiers mentioned.

We've got colds here too. Mine started yesterday so I headed over to Walgreens to get some Walborne (a generic form of Airborne) I'm feeling better today but feeling like a nap wouldn't go amiss about now..

Long-time RN said...

Hope you both feel better soon. Take good care!

Jessica said...

I hope you're both feeling better soon! I hear loading up on Vitamin C helps a cold end faster. Not sure if it's true, but it won't knock you out, or taste as nasty as Nyquil.

Glad to hear that Kevin's therapist is flexible about what Kevin wants to learn. That is so important and I can see why you want to stay there.

Hope you're settling in and getting a little rest. I'll be thinking of you and keeping you in my prayers. Take care.