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Saturday, December 01, 2012

Well my oldest son who has been struggling to find decent work for more than a year, has gotten a job with a new restaurant as Kitchen Manager. This is what he loves to do and is good at. Hopefully the place will take off and be a destination location. My other son who was laid off in October, has now registered to go back to school to attain a teaching degree in N.C. He is really excited about the 4 political science classes he is registered for and will try and do some substitute teaching in between taking classes. And my oldest son's wife looks like she is going to b e offered a decent job so things are working out a bit and hopefully will continue on.
My MIL is working hard to get her strength back. We are going to take her to brunch on Sunday and then bring her home to pick out some clothes to take back for her to wear. I'm wondering how we will get a wheelchair with her in it into the house so we will see how it goes. This is kind of a test to see how she copes with going out and getting about. And how we will cope as well. Prayer works. Now I'm adding prayer for our country as we sure need a leader and now someone who is still in campaign mode, pitting us against each other.
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    So glad to hear the good news about your MIL. Will continue to pray that she continues to regain her strength and the outing is a positive experience. Also, great news about your sons. Financial problems affect everyone in the family. I have been praying about our leaders too--the campaign is over--now they ALL need to get to work and do something positive. If all our leaders had to deal with social security, medicare, and our salaries (not the cadillac benefits they get for life) maybe they would realize just what 99% of our country is dealing with. Oh, also if they had to obey the laws of the land like we do too. (((HUGS)))
    1909 days ago
    Congratulations for your sons for working and going to school. Take care of your mother in law, as you will be able to access her health. My MIL refused to let anyone in her house and kept up in the dark about her health. She called me to take her to the hospital as she had pneumonia. She died about 2 months later. She could still been alive if she had not been so stubborn. I also worry about this country, but am thankful that the other side is not giving in. It always helps to look at the good side of things. Have a good day.

    1910 days ago
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