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APOLOGY!!

I sincerely apologize for the lack of posts lately.  It has been a crazy month.  Just know up front I don't tell you this to whine.  Hubby lost his job about a month ago, so after 11 years of staying at home I have returned to the workforce this week.  Not my ideal job, but at this point in time a job and I am grateful for that.  Along with my computer giving me fits....When I try to post and I have still not replace my broken camera so all my pictures are blurry. UGHHH! It has made it difficult to keep up with everything. So forgive me and I will try my best to keep giving you delicious recipes. 
Thanks for understanding!!
~Tiffanee
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  1. Sorry to hear your about your husband's job and your having to go back to work, your attitude is great, though. Being thankful opens up other doors and makes the situation more bearable.

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  2. You go girl! Do what you have to do and we'll check in with you. =)

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  3. Sorry to hear about your husband's job! I imagine going back to work has been an adjustment! Hang in there, it will get easier with time! Blogging and working gets easier too, once you get a good system set up!

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  4. My husband has gone through a few job losses over the years and it stinks. But everything will work out in the end. Hang in there...

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  5. Oh my, Tiffanee, I am so sorry to hear that! Your family will be in my prayers. I hope that your husband can find another job soon...I know this has to be so difficult.

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  6. Yeah I'm so happy to hear you got a job, these days I know how hard it is. Good luck to hubs finding a new one quickly, my prayers are with you!

    Girl I so know how it goes, we'll be here no matter what :) Post when you can. HUGS

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  7. Oh Tiffanee, I feel badly about your husband losing his job and you returning to work. Been there, done that. Strangely enough, I believe, it will all work out for the best.

    I was sick recently and it could have been serious and one of my sons told me to be positive. From that moment on, I was and the strangest thing happened, all the symptoms, one is supposed to have, I didn't get. The whole time, I held on and even the doctor could not understand it. It has been five weeks and I am counting on it, never happening.

    Trust me, I am not making light of this. I know too well, what this is like. I am glad you found a job.

    Here is some minor good news for you. You won the dressings from My Sweet and Savory. I am happy for this. Email me your address, please.

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  8. Hi Tiffanee...I must have missed this post...my husband lost his job too...last Nov. so I have been doing subbing and have recently taken on a full-time tchng job...I feel your pain! I have also been home for almost 11 years and have not been finding the transition to be an easy one. Good luck. I hope your husband finds a job soon and you can get things back to normal.

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