Thursday, December 18, 2008

Here I am!!! I'm back!

If you have not heard....I lost my job two weeks ago tomorrow. It sucks. It has totally thrown me for a loop. My whole world is upside down. BUT...I have faith and I KNOW there is a plan for me. I am trying so hard not to get down about it, and consider this a little vacation. All I know is that I need my Shredder friends. :) I love you guys.

I read somewhere, where someone said that only 10% of people who make New Years Resolutions ever see them come to pass.
Well I don't know about you but I'm not waiting until the New Year to resolve to myself that I am in it to win it, that's right I'm sticking with it no matter what. I'm not giving up because of some (temporary) set back.
I'm a Shredder and I'm tougher than that. I read where we are not failures unless we completely give up. That isn't happening today and tomorrow isn't looking like it either.
I'm going to need your help and encouragement, and maybe sometimes a gentle "Get A Grip" comment, but I am resolving- right here right now,
I'm In It To Win It. So there! LOL!!!!


Marbella said...

Hey Shari! Gosh, hate to hear that about your job and know it´s not what you wanted, BUT, the Universe always knows best. There will be something so neat, so fabulous for you that then you´ll understand the why. Do take this time for you. Do what you want to, and enjoy being free as a breeze. Wish you were closer and we could walk the streets in Madrid and get skinny just by the sheer force of having fun. Don´t get down. Be positive. Remember that something big is coming. Be ready. And tell us every day how you´re doing. We were all wondering where you had were missed!

Katschi said...

Boy, I'm so glad you're back! I was worried that you'd left.
You will be ok but it can be worrisome to go through it. The unknown can be exciting though, too.
I believe you when you say "I'm in it to win it!" and I can hardly wait to see your successful results!

Anonymous said...

Hey Shari, sorry to hear of your job lose. it sure can be tough...but you are tougher! You will make it through this, looking back seeing how God has His hand in it all the time. He has a plan for you, a plan to prosper you not to fail you! Be encouraged that as you say, this is only temporary! will keep you in my prayers!

Mike Groom said...

Sorry to hear you lost your job and being nearly Christmas makes it worse!

The Universe will have a plan and I'm sure things will work out!

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Ron said...

Sorry to hear about that, Shari. I know, however, that opportunities will present themselves soon, just keep an eye out for them! I know you can get through this better than ever!

Buffedstuff said...

Shari, sorry to hear about the job, it is a good thing that you are great at arts and craft. if bad comes to worst you could always start your own business. You might be pleasantly surprise.

Anyway I will be praying for you and keep on shreddin' terrible times don't last.

Margaret2007 said...

I kept checking in on you too Shari! It really is just a change of scenery, you know...God has changed the route you are taking in life, so enjoy the new, beautiful views that are SURE to come your way! What an exciting time, and I'm sure your up for it!

Blessings to you and your family this Christmas season. Your son is in my prayers, too, each day as I pray for my own and the other service people!

Happiness and hugs,

Marbella said...

Just love what Margaret said about God just changing your route. Such a positive way to see all this. Glad you are a tough Texan! Remember the Alamo!

juli gets happy said...

Dear Shari,

I am feeling with you. Your blog caught me tonight as I am still very silent while cooking up a new big thing, biggest ever metamorphosis for myself. I am watching and reading all these wonderful blogs but tonight you made me “comment”:

I am really feeling with you, believe me. Nevertheless, a positive person like you, the wonderful being you are, full of spirit, soul and creativity will make even this situation a success. I know that.

You are a boon for every employer, you are witty and funny, energetic and with lots of will-power. You will make it.
Maybe a small door with a fantastic even better opportunity than your old job is opening soon, just keep your eyes open, you will see it soon.
Please keep your optimistic attitude and your humour.
Maybe in a year you will look back and see it as one of the biggest lucks in life you had: A chance to do and try something new.
We are here for you. Just know that.I love your attitude.



Debbie said...

Shari, Lynda has sent me your way to offer some Shredder TLC. I sure am sorry to hear about your job. I know it cannot be easy one bit.

I'm starting Adam's new RTP system. I know many people have made fantastic transformations during a tough stage in their life. Why don't you join me?

Remember to focus on taking care of yourself as priority number one.

Adam Waters said...

I'm very sorry to hear about your job, especially so close to Christmas. I hope 2009 will see you achieve your new goals and maybe a new direction in your life.

Anonymous said...

I know how hard time can be. Just believe in yourself and the all mighty will provide. Faith is a powerful thing. I will be praying for you and yours.


My 1-2-3 Fat Loss Solution said...

Hi Girl: So sorry to hear about your job loss...that sucks! However, you have the right attitude that will carry you through this time. Your next job will exceed the last and you will be pleasantly surprise. Sending best wishes and prayer your way in this area.

Michael said...

I have always found that in situations like these, the end result winds up being better than you'd ever expected. You are going to get an opportunity that you wouldn't have gotten otherwise. Hang in there. I know it is tough to lose a job at any time.

Anonymous said...

Keep up the faith Shari! If the flowers are clothed and the birds are fed, oh so how much more will you be. This is a season of change, enjoy it! Brian Hildebrand