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I can’t believe how warn out I am.  After having my job eliminated today, I have felt like I’ve been on an emotional roller coaster.

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I really really really want to write a real post that shares all of my thoughts and feelings.  Unfortunately, I think I need to process them a little more before I  can put them into words.

I have Jade’s 8th birthday party to share – and I am so happy with the way it turned out.

I haven’t posted about the first meet of the season and how some of the parents just made me feel anxious.

I want to post about how a friend has started a business, and what I’m doing to help her.

I’m giddy about this weekend and going to the WPPI convention in Vegas.

But tonight, I don’t have the energy to write about any of it.  Instead I feel thrown from a train, yet peaceful and hopeful.  There is an excitement that is supported by the anticipation of the unknown and a little bit of fear.  Plus the sadness of the end of a very rewarding era.  6 years of working with some of the greatest people.  6  years of putting up with a whole lot of crap.  6 years that have forever influenced my life.

Now I’m going to take my tired and emotionally drained self to bed.  I have high hopes that tomorrow I will be able to post about at least one of the awesome topics above.

When have you been filled with so many emotions that you can’t settle into any one of them?  How’d you deal with it?

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13 comments to exhausted…

  • Oh, Amy, I am so sorry.
    Kristina P.´s last blog post ..Sell This House!

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  • Heather

    I wish I could say something to make things better….

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  • Brooke

    Amy, I’m thinking of you. You are in my prayers.

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    Amy
    Twitter: familytrifecta
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    thanks 🙂 miss you guys.

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  • Miel Abeille
    Twitter: miel_et_lait

    Oh, Amy! That is awful! For a long time, when I had a bad day, I turned to food to comfort me. Bad idea. I won’t go through the list of other bad ideas, but the one thing that has helped me when I think I’ve experienced the worst is when I think of miscarriage. I had a really, really bad day on the day I heard about Lily Allen’s second miscarriage. Second! Yikes! I don’t know how she keeps getting out of bed. For me, the worst thing that could happen is a miscarriage or burying a child. That’d be the worst. (I don’t have any yet, but not having any yet doesn’t feel nearly as bad as miscarriage sounds.) I don’t know if that will help you at all, but “I haven’t had a miscarriage” helps me.

    Enjoy WPPI and I hope things turn around for you!
    Miel Abeille´s last blog post ..Ah- who would ever want to be Queen

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  • Stephanie
    Twitter: stephsday

    So sorry to hear about your job, Amy! Do I also sense a little bit of underlying excitement about what lies ahead? I wish you many opportunities beyond your wildest and most wonderful expectations. 🙂

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    Amy
    Twitter: familytrifecta
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    I am so excited and scared to figure out what lies ahead. I wish I had the nerve and strength to follow my dreams like you guys have. 🙂

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  • pepper
    Twitter: unicornbeauty

    It must have been one of those weeks. I feel for you as I’m in almost the exact same situation. I came to work to find a schedule written cutting 1 of my 2 1/2 days. No one says anything they just post it. Its my punishment for not taking the abuse and standing up for myself.

    Hugs to you. I’m sure God has a plan for you just as he has for me and my family.
    pepper´s last blog post ..SSS- Measuring Happiness

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    Amy
    Twitter: familytrifecta
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    Good grief, that is unbelievable that they didn’t even talk to you about it. I hope that the plan gets revealed soon. Good luck to you as well.

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  • melissa
    Twitter: runwithmel

    big life changes are always exciting & a little scary. i’m certain there are great things ahead!

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  • Amy

    I’m so sorry about your job loss – such a tough times that have faced our economy over the past few years. I lost my job back in 2007 after 8 year – so when i read your post I could totally relate to how you are feeling. I took a new job in 2008 and lost that job in October 2009- spent the past 16 months looking and trying to figure out what my next chapter is supposed to be and I think it’s just time I create that myself! I wish you the best and like they say everything happens for a reason! Take care!!
    Amy´s last blog post ..Toy Story Inspired Birthday Party

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    Amy
    Twitter: familytrifecta
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    Amy, I’m so sorry you are still looking. On my favorite show there was a quote that I really liked, “the eggs are all broken, let’s just make sure we make an omelet out of them.” Wishing you the best of luck and agreeing with you that everything happens for a reason.

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