Ladies and gentlemen, take my advice. Pull down your pants, and slide on the ice.
(hugs). I hope this means that in 2010 that things will go UP now.... It is time for that now... hugs.........and prayers...(what a time to tell you on New Year Eve about this...)
I hope in OHIO you get good unemployment??? Sometimes when someone lose as job; new opportunities open up. more hugs.
We will be praying for you and the family.
I am so sorry to hear this. Prayers for you and your family..."God only gives us what we can handle"...so, I know you will handle it as best as you can. Hugs, Suz
Bummer,of course getting laid off is never fun.but getting laid off as a New Years gift really sucks.You and Kathy are in my prayers.
I'm sorry to hear this news, Cliff. Prayers going up here for you and your family.
Please know I am a prayer warrior for you and Kathy.~AM
Consider it done, Cliff. Wow.
You and your family are always in my prayers.What a way to start the New Year.
UGH! I hope 2010 brings good news for you. Hang in there.
Cliff,I am sorry to hear about the loss of your job and I will pray for you and your family.Thank you for the Award.Maggie
Cliff,I don't know why you felt it necessary to remove my comment, but it's your blog and your choice. However, the good side of you losing your job, if there is a good side, you don't have to go to that bad neighborhood anymore. Of course, I am so happy the President extended Unemployment insurance, because I wouldn't want to think of you and your beloved family suffering, like so many who are not eligible for unemployment insurance. Happy New Years and I wish you and your family the best.Amias
Amias, I didn't even know you had left a comment, the only comments I would even think of deleting are spam and my own.And it wasn't so much the neighborhood as it was the distance I had to travel to get there. I will take this and turn it into a positive.
Cliff...as hard as it was, the good Lord is going to open a new door for you. When I got let go from a radio station (whose owner has a last name similar to a beverage), I took it hard. I poured everything I had into the job. I had a long commute. I worked piss poor hours but I enjoyed what I did and liked the people I met. The only people I didn't care for were the people who ran the place. Getting let go was the biggest "favor" that could have been done for me. Use this to find a better job with a shorter commute where those stupid Cleveland cops aren't looking for their quotas. Also, a few years before I was let go from that job in radio, when new owners took over WAKC TV 23 in Akron and canned everybody, I did the worst thing...I sat around and moped instead of getting back at it and deciding what to do next. Don't make my mistake. Get after it.
I am just catching up on blogs and am very, very sorry to hear this. Your family will be in our daily prayers. I believe the saying goes when one door closes - a window opens. I hope the windows fly wide open w/ opportunity for you.
Cliff, hang in there. You are always thinking about others and now we think about you and wish the best for you as you weather this difficult time.
Just stumbled across this and very sorry to read it. This recession is taking its toll - I know a couple more who are suddenly without employment. I pray that 2010 is a big improvement for you!
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