February 5th, seemed like a long way away, but Paul leapt into action immediately: resumes have been emailed like mad, networking like crazy, and even a few interviews.
The cliche of saying it feels like a roller coaster ride is true. We are at the part in the ride where we are chugging up the steep hill, each day that has passed has moved us further up the hill as we got closer and closer to Feb 5th.
We can't see how big the drop is on the other side .... sometimes roller coasters trick you into thinking it's a steep hill when it's just a slope or a series of smaller hills on the way down. Or sometimes you chug up that big hill, heart racing in anticipation to realize, it's a straight drop down.
Will we be frightened or laughing on our big ride? I don't know. But I know for sure we'll be holding hands!
Thanks for sharing this post with us, Claudine!
That's the key right there - holding hands through all of this uncertainty.
Paul's a very marketable individual, and with his positive attitude, a better job is going to come his way.
Sending positive vibes your way!
It took a year...
Hang in there... and temp jobs are only that... Temporary, but lucky nonetheless to have them.
Here's hoping this is a short down leading to a great big up!
Please ask Paul to email me; I don't have his address anymore.
One window closes another opens...just wait and see...something very good will happen when you don't even expect it.
New start, new beginning and new doors will open!
Don't think of a recession, think about a time for change instead...change always brings hope.
Best to you and Paul.
~ Gabriela ~
I don't come over to your blog as often as I'd like or get to post. But I've always loved your work and loved taking your classes over on Scrap in Style. I have your latest book and keep it nearby! You've been an inspiration to me to create.
Because of this I've nominated you for the Creative Blog award. See my blog for more details.