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September 12, 2008



I'm so sorry to hear about your husband losing his job. I hope it all works out ok for you. You'll be in my prayers.


I'm sorry to hear about Andy's job. That's just wrong changing the severance pay before they close the plant. I'll be sending good thoughts your way in hopes that everything will work out for the best. We've had a lot of manufacturing plants closing in this area too.


Fingers crossed, happy thoughts... hang in there!

Robin C

I believe everything works together for good. I will be praying for your situation.



I have great faith that things will work out for you...You both are very talented people, and where one door closes another will open.


I've thought about you and your situation a lot this week. Will keep thinking good thoughts that the realtor will quickly have a buyer.

Love the sock!

Maybe we are related! My Travis grandparents were from Tennessee, around Murphreesboro, and moved to Kentucky when my mother was a little girl.

Rusty M.

Oh Robin, I'm so sorry to hear about Andy. Will be praying for you!
On the upside...your sock is very pretty!!


I am so sorry to hear about the plant closing. My husband has lost his job twice due to major downsizing at two different companies. These are such uncertain times. Will keep you both in my thoughts and prayers and send positive thoughts to you.

Jeanne B.

Oh, my. What unsettling news! One thing that stood out was that your husband had just started feeling secure. This may sound odd coming on the heels of the shutdown news, but for him to feel that way bodes very well. He's been putting out secure energy--that will attract to you more of the same! Perhaps this plant closing will be a blessing in disguise, and bring about an opportunity for even more security than what he had at this plant. You're in my prayers.


Like you said, you have reasons to be positive; you have some time to plan, and the kids are all grown. I've been laid off before, and while it seems devastating at the time, it's forced me to open my eyes to different opportunities. I wish the best for you and hope that opportunity comes knocking!

Rebekah (knit knack)

Robin, I'm sorry to hear that. Well hopefully something will work out soon. Look on the one positive side, at least you have a few months to plan. Better to be able to plan ahead, then be blind-sighted with a same day shut-down.

We'll keep you in our thoughts!


That all sounds very stressful! Wishing you and your family all the best.


Fingers crossed for you and Andy dear Robin. Good thoughts and prayers as well.

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