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Disasppointments

We got word this week that we are in the works and that they were told we would be in the country by the end of this week.
Today, I find out that that PROOOOBABLY wont happen. I took it in stride.

I remember what I was told: EXPECT NOTHING

and I realize people cant live like this. Let me take that back. . .People in OUR culture cant live like this. And Im actually surprised at myself with how easily I have been going along with things. Im a little proud of myself and I definintely recognize personal growth.

Talked in some length to others waiting just as I am. Some of them are feeling LOW and I definitely relate. The only difference is my change in attitude recently and how I now view things. Worry and faith cannot occupy the same space so I choose to go with the latter.

In regards to actually being there, I know the grass is always greener but those people also have higher water bills. I heard that on the radio the other day and I said I was going to use it,lol.

In the meantime, Im trying to enjoy my time with my hubby and other family members. Fortunately, for me, I havent been waiting for too long because of my healing process. That makes me more ok with the waiting because I havent been per se. I may have been the only person hoping I didnt have a ticket,lol.

With that said, Im not too disappointed even though I was hoping for pay this month and thats not going to happen. Now if I dont get an October paycheck there will definitely be a problemo!!!

Of course, all this could change and we COULD get a ticket anywhere from wed-fri.

EXPECT NOTHING

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