So we probably won’t sell everything and move without housing or a job in place but at this point you begin to think of anything that might improve your situation or at least change the scenery.
Sorry Alecia but Alabama is not on the list of choices. I like my homeschooling freedoms. Mississippi is low on the list too because no one pays well in my husbands industry and there isn’t anything to do for homeschoolers. I speak from experience….at least in the area that we lived in. Inspite of that though we have resumes in on the coast. Oh and we did get one call from a company in Jackson but it was a no.
Jorry is at his second interview. They are interviewing two other applicants besides him and possibly more so we won’t know anything today.
We will pick up all of our donated produce today. We will also have meat and some dairy to pick up as well. All of this is thanks to generous people in our food co-op.
We managed to stay ahead of a shut off from our electric company. We got some from the Salvation Army and the rest came from a mom on my mothering board. The gas company made payment arrangements with us but I am worried about that now that we won’t be getting any unemployment.
My husband has 35 resumes out right now. He is so discouraged because not even Walmart is calling.At least that would be some income. More resumes will go out today. Oh and he has made follow up calls with almost all of them. That will continue today.
The kids are still plugging along inspite of their moody parents.
A snowman family
Complete with a family dog
Destruction of the snow family
(yes they are in shorts and Aly is wearing flipflops)
She is growing so fast!!
She found my lipstick and when I asked her what it was she said it was chapstick.
I just smiled and handed her a cloth to wipe it off and then found the real chapstick for her.