Be Back Soon!

I need a few days to recuperate from the events of last week.  Two days in to in-person training, I was laid off by my teaching job.  No real reasons were given and I expect that it is a result of them hiring too many teachers and looking for any excuse to eliminate someone, and I, being one of the younger teachers, was therefore determined dispensable.  So I’ve been running around applying for minimum wage jobs hoping that I’ll find something that will cover my rent and bills for the following months.  I’m scared.  I need to admit it.  But, although I’m not very spiritual or religious anymore, I need to believe that everything works out for the better.

When I do return to the blogging world, in a few days at most, you can expect a recap of that lovely plate of food!  It’s from our Mother’s Day/my graduation weekend cook-out and my mom and I threw together some taaaasty treats.  Ironic that the two women being honored cooked most of the food, but hey, it tasted great!  And yes, you read right, I did graduate from college, magna cum laude at that.  Like I said, it’s been a long week.  Graduation on the Monday, laid off on the Thursday.  Ah, well.  I’m thinking about you all and when I have some blogging stamina I’ll be back in full form!

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21 Responses to “Be Back Soon!”
  1. shelby says:

    Aw, I hope things get better soon! Congratulations on graduating! =)

  2. abracapocus says:

    that sucks. 😦 i’ll send good job hunting vibes your way!

  3. jessy says:

    i’m sorry to hear about your job, Jes – that stinks! i’m sending hugs your way and crossing my fingers for you that something even more awesome comes your way! i know it will! and you’re right – everything works out for the better, fo ‘sho! i cannot wait for your return – and your plate of awesome looks divine! hang in there, Jes!

  4. jumbleberryjam says:

    Congratulations on graduation!! Well done on graduating with such high honours. So sorry to hear about your job. Things are scary in our world too. May the job-finding pixies dust our worlds with new opportunities soon!!

  5. Congrats on graduating. Yeah Class of 2009 (I graduated in January too). Hope things work out with the job search.

  6. Kiersten says:

    I’m really sorry about your job. I hope you find something soon, I will keep my fingers crossed for you. Congrats on graduating! Hang in there, things will get better soon.

  7. Amanda says:

    ack..sorry to hear that Jes. Yes, it really does work out for the better…never fails to amaze me. Keeping fingers crossed for you! Hang in there…

  8. lazysmurf says:

    oh no Jes I am so sorry, that is terrible. Everything will work out in the end 🙂

  9. Sophie says:

    i’m so sorry! it really sucks when your boss/company is so unprofessional like that. i know lots of people who that’s been happening to lately and it’s so disappointing. anyway best of luck with the job search .

    that plate looks awesome!

    keep your head up 🙂

  10. Sal says:

    sorry to hear about your job – that sucks!!

  11. Vegan_Noodle says:

    So sorry to hear about your job! I hope you’ve had some luck finding something else that will make you happy.

    Hope to see you back soon…

  12. renae says:

    Congratulations on your graduation – with honors! – and I’m sorry about your job; I hope you find a new one quickly.

  13. Steve says:

    Wow, that’s rough! So sorry to hear that happened. But congrats on the graduation. I’m sure you’ll find something soon. I’m pulling for you! 🙂

  14. BitterSweet says:

    That’s just horrible Jes, I’m so sorry… I’m sure you’ll find something even better before you know it though, so just stay strong and don’t give up. We’re all rooting for you over here!

  15. DaviMack says:

    Congratulations on graduating. I hope that you find something which works for you – well above minimum wage. Good God, that’s not any way to live.

  16. shellyfish says:

    Oh I’m so sorry- nothing like the universe pulling the rug out from under your feet. That being said, some of my greatest experiences/victories came after exil gut punches like that – keep a stiff upper lip, you’ll find something.

  17. liz says:

    oh no, your job!! that sucks… but I know something awesome will come along for you, and at any rate that’s great about school AND you know how to cook like a mo-fo (and thus survive anything!) 🙂

  18. tanita says:

    Beams of hope and happy and heart your way. I know you’ll rock this job thing. Things do work for the good – promise.

  19. Diann says:

    Oh, I’m so sorry, Jes. I do believe when one door closes, another one opens. Something just right will come along for you.

  20. aredcardigan says:

    Oh I’m so sorry to hear that Jes. But ya know positivity is the best way to go and I know you’re doing your best. It’s gonna work out. It’s hard to believe when times are hard but you know you are what you think. Hope and faith!

  21. DaviMack says:

    (and, really: teaching isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, is it?)

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