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no more stress please, I need SP

Monday, June 06, 2011

what a couple of months its been for me, stress, stress, stress
my work informed us there would be a lay off within 30 days know one know who or when this was going to happen. well 30 days went buy then about a week later an E-mail came the lay off would start that afternoon and run through the next day, It was an awful 30somthing days and a horrible, horrible 2 days. Well I made it !!!! but my schedule has changed and will go week to week until the end of July, lost very good friends new manager new people everywhere. I hate change and feels like my life has not stopped changing for a year or so, I just want my life back, just to simmer down. I'm sure I'm not the only one feeling this, I am thankful and lucky to have a job.
Ran into an old flame from 30 yrs ago via facebook hooked up with him a couple of times, how people can change meaning me he hasnt changed a bit, well it was nice running in to him but not someone I would want to hang with, that was really odd and strange running into someone after all these years.
Another one of our adult children has moved back home, full house all different schedules, people in and out and all over. GRRRRRR
need stability in my life, NOT GOOD WITH CHANGE.
well have not done any SP in about 2 month no workouts, so-so eating habit. I'm back I ,hope I am.....
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  • CYPRIANARTEMIS
    Keep on truckin! emoticon

    You really have my sympathies on the job uncertainty it is a TERRIBLE feeling.
    3194 days ago
  • CANBDONE
    We've had "boomerang" children in our home, too. Bittersweet, to say the least! The job uncertainty must be nerve-wracking!
    3281 days ago
  • FITFORMYKIDS
    hang in there. Change is constant; life is a moving target.
    3281 days ago
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