Tuesday, April 1, 2008


Just like spring is a time of change so can life be. A couple of weeks ago in downtown Atlanta there was a tornado. Changes of going from cool to warm cause turbulent weather. I have always lived in areas where there are tornadoes and have a healthy respect for them. Admittedly if I have to be around them I would prefer at the farm because I can see them coming. Here in the city there are to many buildings, trees, and people, you just can't see well. So when warm meets cold or cold meets warm this happens. If you look on the left by the tall building with the lighted top that is the tornado.
I had been thinking about this and how changes in affect things like our weather when last Monday (the 24th) my manager can into my office and let me go. So now I have new changes in my life. I am one of those people who like ruts but I do not seem destine to have them. Oh well, new opportunities and new adventures. I did have a couple of days last week where I spent the day on the couch, eating ice cream, and watching very bad tv.
I have not sewn much because I feel like I should be working on the resume and making calls and such. But yesterday I did tell myself that I need to do these things on my list and them I could sew. Working on the machine part of sewing on binding for Ruby Slippers and Star Gazing to be ready to hand sew down during General Conference this weekend.


Gretchen said...

So sorry to hear about your job. This has been a turbulent year already hasn't it? Sewing and finishing those projects WILL make you feel better. Hope to see you Saturday at Sisters. Remember all us Sisters are here to support you!

Emma said...

Oh, and use your free time to write on your blog more! I missed you. And, as a sign of how much I like to read your blog posts, when I saw that you had a new one, I saved it for last. :)

Karin said...

I am glad to see that you are up and on your blog. You know that I ditto Gretchen's statement about sisters support. We are there for you anytime. Hope you get a chance to stop by on Satuday. I will be picking up Peace in the Valley.

Becky said...

Hi Cindi! I was so sorry to hear about your job. It just doesn't seem fair. You've had more than your share of work issues. Know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Hope to see you tomorrow at Sister!