Monday, April 20, 2009

Bad news...

I won't be on the computer much for a while. We are dropping our phone/Internet/cable package until we get back on our feet. Bobby keeps getting laid off, off and on, and we had to cut expenses that were not absolutely necessary. Hopefully it will just be for a month or 2. It's really bumming me out but I will still get on the computer every couple of days at the library. Also, I may end up with some cheapo Internet or something. We only have cell phones right now, not home ones so I'm not completely sure how to do that. I feel like this is my outlet but at least I don't have to give it up all the way. I love going to the library near by so I will be there quite often while the kids are in school.

Parker is going to be upset by the loss of YouTube, but I'm sure he'll get used to it.

Today was such a hot day. The kids were actually sweating. It made me feel like a big lump.(In the house at least) I'm kind of depressed anyways because of all our financial problems. I keep looking into work but I can only make a little and then I lose Parker's benefits that pay for his services. I'm sort of caught in the middle. I'm looking for a side job, maybe taking care of an elderly or disabled person. We'll see how that works out. Keep us in your prayers. Thanks!


minivan driving soccermom said...

((((((HUGS)))))))) I'm sorry, I hope you guys are able to get your computer back on very soon, I know the computer is my only down time w/ out it, I am almost lost!!!

Jenn said...

Hang in their!!! I totally emapthize with your situation. I just got a job after being out of work since September.It sometimes seems so bleak and that there is no light at the end of a really long tunnel. But it is there.
Keep praying, the Lord is listening. He has blessed you in so many ways and will continue to do so as long as you keep the faith.

Maddy said...

I will indeed. We also have the heat to cope with and a 10% pay cut but that nothing by comparison to your juggling. Thank goodness for the library!
Best wishes

kristi said...

Have you checked into maybe watching a kid or two?

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