Tuesday, December 9, 2008

WOW what a kick in the butt

Sorry I have not been on in a very long long time. As some of you know my husband up and changed careers after working for the same company. Well there has been talk of layoffs for about a month. And last week he got layed off. Lord what are we gonna do. We have used all of our savings to keep us a float while training to be a conductor for the railroad. So anyways I know it is touch all over and there are people that have it worse off then us. So if you are the praying type please say a little prayer for us.

I wish everyone a Very Merry Christmas.
We will be spending a couple weeks at my parents house over the holidays. The kids are looking forward to the snow and seeing gandma and grandpa and their cousins of course.


Tami Martin said...

Hey girl! I know what a kick in the butt a lay off is. My hubby got laid off on the day of our 10th wedding anniversary.

It was hard, but we got through it and I know you will to. I'll keep you in my prayers!

Melissa said...

I am glad to see that you are allright health wise! The last I heard, you emailed me and send your kids were in the hospital! I was worried!! You and your family will be in my prayers! Happy Holidays!

Hugs, Melissa B

Rachel said...

Hey girl! I haven't checked blogs in so long, I had no idea! Hope things are looking up for you. Will definitely be thinking about ya'll. (((Hugs)))

dinkey doodle said...

Just remember God Never closes one door with opening a better one .
Keep your faith and God will never let you down . all good things are woth waiting for . and what you give it life you get back .. another words what goes around comes around. God will make you you and your family are provied for..
Have a Merry Christmas
Remember this is the season for mirlacles .
Hugs Dink

Drea said...

Oh man...........I am sooo sorry that he got laid off. Please call me. I know you are going through some serious stuff.

HUGS Girl!

Terri said...

Sorry to hear about the layoff - happening all over but it hurts worse when it happens to you. But as they say, when one door closes another one opens. So have faith!