Saturday, July 22, 2017

A New Life

Well, I guess it is past time for an update. These past few months have been full of depression and uncertainty. To feel like your life has been ripped open and fallen apart cannot begin to describe what I was feeling. Today I am amazed at the turn of events and am completely humbled at the sight of my God. He never left me, no matter how alone I felt. I would like to thank all the people who prayed for me during this time and for those who let me know that they were there for me and had my back through it all. I am pleased to say that it is behind me and I can move forward. Through it all, I put back on some weight that I had lost and had major migraines and stress. Now I can say that I can turn it around and move forward. I was able to get back to work this week. Hallelujah! It was great to see my co-workers again and to finally feel that I could make a difference again. I love my job and I know that is rare. Not many people can say that. I love my co-workers and I love the families that I come into contact with. I consider myself blessed beyond measure and keep asking if this is real. 

Family updates:

Lee took a part-time job at Wal-Mart as a door greeter and he likes it because he gets to talk to people. Our congregation is still behind us and we are looking for opportunities to grow our youth program constantly.

I told you about myself. I am finally back to work and back on my weight loss program in the coming weeks. 

Geoffry got a call back for a job at Wal-Mart this past week. Not sure when he will start but he also got a letter for a civil service job so his outlook is much better.

Becca is staying at home with our adorable grandson Marcus. She has been a big help to me.

Chris took a fall at camp so his ankle has been recovering. He is no longer in Boy Scouts.

Jamie is doing okay. She has an upcoming appointment with a dermatologist on Monday so pray that they can do something about her skin.

Still have our handsome dog Kobi and three cats (one is an outside cat).

Pray for me and tell me how I can pray for you. Love you all, but most importantly love my God who will always be for me.

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