Ah yes, sometimes I think i was never meant to work either.;)) Enjoy your non working days.;) I once did not work for a year and at that time did not enjoy it at all. But today I look back at that period and feel i did not take full advantage of the free time.;))Have a lovely Monday,xo
Zuzana is right. Enjoy where you're at. God will handle your future.
Just having a good catch up with your posts Steviewren. Sorry to hear you haven't found that elusive job yet - but I'm sure it will happen in time. My fingers are crossed for you.Good to see that you haven't been a slouch though! I love your drawings - especially the Frida Kalo one. I've always been fascinated by her art and her life story. So intertwined.Jeannex
I would think it would be scary not to be able to find work yet. I hope you are ok. Big Hugs and lots of luck job hunting. I wouldn't know where to start.
I agree that you should enjoy yourself while not working. You can bet when you are really loving doing your own thing a job will turn up.
Oh no I didn't realize you were out of a job also. Faith, something will turn up. Put it in God's hands and don't worry. That is what we did (well mostly tried to do) and eventually a job showed up for my husband.
I hope you haven't had to become too anxious about finding a job and can still enjoy the time to yourself...I know it is a fine line between the two. Good luck and hang in there...
I know exactly how you are feeling. I lost my job of almost 16 years just last month. It was originally full-time, went to part time about 7 years ago. I took another part-time job to compensate. Now that my company closed, I'm down to my one single part-time job. My husband keeps telling me to just enjoy the time off and I know that I should. Reading Zuzana's comment made me feel a bit better about it and I hope you do, too. We just have to be happy where we're at, I guess. That was my original reason for starting my blog; I needed something productive to do because I've never had this kind of time off since I was 16. Good luck to you. In the meantime, keep those creative juices flowing!
The right one will come along. Enjoy your time until then. Love your Kahlo sketches. I was lucky enough to see her exhibit in Philadelphia a few years ago. It was packed, yet you could hear a pin drop. The atmosphere was electric. Her work is so powerful in person.
Prayers and peace to you my sweet friend!
I'm thinking about you Stevie and hoping something good will turn up soon. I wish you could turn your art into a business as you are so talented!
I love your creative side, you are very talented! I love the title, "She Wore a Tatoo of Pain". You could have your own line of greeting cards. Your artwork on the front and your words on the inside. I hope you find a job that suits you. denise
You will get there, Stevie. Enjoy the silence! Pull up a book, grab a steaming cup of coffee or tea, put your feet up, and breathe! :)xoSarahthekopfblog.blogspot.comwww.caringbridge.org/visit/coltons
I am sure I was switched at birth with an heiress ... sigh ...
I want the money but not the work. Am I being rediculous? :) The Bach
thanks for the visit,and I started to read a bit here the other day.. want to get to 'know " you, it looks very comfortable here. And I realize I've seen you at willow's blog.
I'm glad you stopped by and I look forward to your comments. As Dr. Fraser Crane would say, "Hello, I'm listening."