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Wednesday Blues

Rhonda finally went to the Derby Rehab center today. I hope 2-4 weeks of rehab will put her back on her feet and able to take care of herself!

Crazy busy day at work. Of course, when isn't it?

Corby grilled steaks for dinner. Brandon bought them for us on Saturday. Said he likes to eat steak, but doesn't know how to cook it. Well, his dad does! They were yummy. Had baked potatoes too!

Mom called tonight and wondered when someone was coming to get her. I told her she got out yesterday when Terry took her to the doctor. I think Marilyn is going to take her to see Rhonda on Friday evening. We'll go over on Saturday, as usual, and then go and see Rhonda. Corby has to work. Kaitlin wants to go see THE IDES OF MARCH with George Clooney and Ryan Gosling, so we're hoping to do that Saturday afternoon.

Steve Jobs, the founder of APPLE, passed away today from pancreatic cancer. While I'm not a big fan of APPLE products, he was a true visionary and the IT world is better today because of him!

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