Wednesday, October 10, 2007

What a difference a day makes

                           

     Have not felt much like talking about it, but Frday I lost my job. If you've ever lost a job unexpectidly before, then you know exactly how I feel. I've been with this company for over 10 years. 

    Some people write better when they are under stress, not me. I did however try to express how I feel in the water color above today and just felt like posting it.

   I'm going to get out of the house for a couple of days and will have to start a job search on Monday,  I'm going to Sanibel with my friend Karen, that island must be my favorite place on earth. If this doesn't cheer me up then nothing will.

                                  *** Coy *** 

    

8 comments:

mariebm56 said...

I am sorry to hear about your loss of employment.  Things always have a way of working out for the best....you will find something~{{HUGS}}
Beautiful watercolor!!!  Frame it~
Marie

astaryth said...

That just blows! I'm sorry about the job loss, and even more so for the suddeness of it. Hang in there, and here's hoping you find a new -better- job! {{{Hugs}}}

gaboatman said...

Coy
I am so very sorry you are experiencing this right now.  I have been fired from a job before and know all the emotions that go with such an experience.  Sanibel for the weekend sounds like an excelent plan.  Good luck on Monday for your search efforts.
Sam

ryanagi said...

My friend Karen in AZ just lost her job recently too. Got caught in the home loan melt-down.  She found something else in a week.  Hopefully your luck will be just as good.  But honestly, as someone who got laid off after 10 years with a company too...there is something to be said for collecting unemployment and taking a break for a couple weeks too.

cneinhorn said...

i'm so sorry to read this.....hang in there coy.....there is something better for you right around the corner.  

sunflowerkat321 said...

I am glad that you are using your art as an outlet for your feelings.  I'm so sorry to hear that you lost your job and I hope that the future holds something new and exciting for you.

suzypwr said...

Beautiful painting! I feel your pain, Coy, I have been there. I wish you great luck in your new job search - after you have some quality time on Sanibel :-)

xoxo

sunnyside46 said...

I'm sorry to hear that.It must be scary. A vacation sounds like just the ticket
Love
Marti