The life of an Orthodox Christian woman in the UK.
Oh, I AM sorry, Elizabeth. I remember that you had been looking forward to this, (assuming it is the aforementioned job). Fret not. To borrow from Maria Von Trapp, 'When the Lord closes a door, somehow He opens a window'. I know that doors are more comfortable to leave by than windows but the easiest way isn't always what comes to us. Your gifts will find their proper outlet soon. Chin up.
I'm sorry Elizabeth.
Sorry to hear... That must be disappointing for you! In one way maybe a little of a relief, since you seem to be very loaded down with much business. HUGS to you as you let go of the hope of this job. I've been there and hope to not be there within the next year. Remember that you are very loved and that not getting the job does NOT in anyway diminish who you are or your capabilities!
that is so hard to hear indeed. Hugs.
I am so sorry! I will be praying that the window will open for you soon!
Hang in there... my wife has applied for 4 jobs in the last few months that would help us financially but hasn't gotten any of them either. Its hard on the ego and spirit.
As disappointing as I know this is for you, I also have the impression that your family situation is especially taxing at this point, so I'm sure it's for the best that you didn't get this job. I cringed when I read about your MIL, and this can only go downhill. Your kids will need you around as they are forced to watch their grandmother sink mentally.
I'm sorry to hear about this. We will continue praying for the place that God has for you.
I'm sorry to hear that. I pray that God will open up another door for you.
Sorry to read Elizabeth; prayers and love from Down Under.
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