Oh what a week!

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Well Dan got that job, so I've lost my house-husband/ chauffeur! But I am very excited for him to start this new venture!

I am so grateful it is Thursday already... This has been one heck of a week!  On Tuesday morning, Dan got let go from his job.  He had already been handing out resumes because work had been slow and he wasn't enjoying it there, and was lucky to get an interview pretty quickly, but it still came as quite a shock, and I can't help but feel a bit of deja vu!  Didn't this happen last summer, at a franchise that also started with an "M"? Weird!

The timing for these things is always so peculiar - right on the cusp of me being ready to take the leap! Ohhh Lulu is doing so fantastic right now, but it is hard to rely solely on a small business.  Luckily I talked to my boss about how overwhelmed I am with the amount of work on my plate, and she is open to the idea of me doing 2 or 3 days a week at the office, and training someone to do what I do there. My day job has it's moments of serious frustration, but working for someone who is an entrepreneur herself, she understand my position.

Of course, on  top of that, is life.  I had my yearly (ok, once in three years...) check up yesterday and am healthy, but need to have blood work, an ultrasound for an ongoing "issue", an eye exam because I am having headaches from straining my eyes over my sewing machine.... so I need to fit all this life-business in as well.  So, the next time you see me, I may be wearing some chic reading glasses.  My doctor says this is what happens when you get "older!"  While I'd rather be spending my time sewing than waiting in the Doctor's office, I will be happy to be able to see and not get so many headaches...

On the fantastic side of things, since Tuesday, Dan has had an interview at a shop that sounds great - nice work atmosphere, and great pay.  He also has been looking into another job, not quite as a mechanic, but working with cars, that he is very interested in.  So, I feel hopeful and excited for Dan to move on to a new position... I never liked the place he was working at anyway!


So, that is life right now, nothing I can't handle and am not terribly stressed about it.  It's nice to have a stay-at-home husband to clean the house and chauffeur you everywhere.  I could really get used to it!

1 comment:

  1. That's a lot to handle in one's life. I do hope your doctor tests and eye exams go quickly and smoothly for you. They're never fun but best not to ignore body issues.
    Best of luck on going full board with your business. I know you'll be super successful in it! Yay!

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