Be Happy Anyway

Be Happy Anyway
From Brave Girls Club

Monday, May 7, 2012

The Time Has Come say farewell to Missouri.

As of June 1, The kids and I will be back in Texas if everything goes as planned. Do I have a job? No. Unfortunately, things were to to the point that I couldn't stay here anymore. My husband I are separating. My job cut my hours. I wanted to get a job in Texas before I left, but time was running short. Caitlin wants to dance at her old dance school and dance camp starts in the beginning of June. If the kids and I are to find a place to live before then, we have to leave soon. So, June 1st it is.

I will keep you all informed of our progress. In the meantime, enjoy my little farewell song.


Adriann said...

I'm really sorry to hear about your move. Praying for a safe and carefree move to your new home. Be blessed!

miruspeg said...

You will have a quite of a rough road ahead Annemarie, for a short while, until you find a job and new home, but you have friends and a strong spirit that will be with you all the way.
Love your farewell song, an oldie but a goodie... 1966!!!
I know you are going to be alright my friend.
Take care and safe journey home to Texas.
Big heart hugs
Peggy xxxxxx

MJ said...

I was wondering when I'd read this news. I'm sorry that things didn't work out as you had hoped.

Have a safe journey home to Texas. I know you and your children have a lot of community support there and you will be welcomed with open arms.

Orange Pulps ♥ said...

tsk3. sad to know that you are separating with you husband. but you take care always. :)

Rieni said...

sad to read that your husband and you are seperating, and you are moving bak to Texas. I hope you will find yourself a house and a new job. Lots of hugs from europe, Rieni

Michelle B. said...

I'm sorry my friend. Love you and will keep all of you in my heart & prayers!

littlemissattitude said...

So sorry to hear.

I'm looking for work at the moment, myself. Job hours kept getting cut last year, and then the two-week furlough at Christmas turned into, "well there might be work in February", and then "there might be work in March" and then to *crickets*. Fun times, looking for work in a job market where the unemployment rate is over 17 percent. I just hope it's better for you in Texas, in all ways.

Trying to look at the bright side, it's given me time to be a little bit better about posting to my blog.

Shan in Japan said...

Prayers for you in this part of your journey. The pic of you on the side bar is... I can't come up with the word I want to use.
Anyway, prayers!

Pamela King said...

Hoping your transition will be smooth with the support of loved ones and your children gathered 'round. Will be thinking about you, Annemarie.

GG said...

Very sorry and sad to hear about this. Please take care of yourself and you are in my prayers.

Tricia Buice said...

Good luck on your next big adventure. Perhaps it will all work out for the best. Hope you are well and hope you have a good long weekend packing I'm sure. Blessings and prayers for you!

Unknown said...

I did wonder, when I read your FB comment. My heart goes out to you and I pray for strength for you all. Wish I could give you a hug, wish I could "talk" with you, as I have just been on a journey that I would love to share with you. Thank you for your friendship and for prompting me to come by your blog again.

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