Monday, October 18, 2010

A New Bridge

Tomorrow my husband and I cross a "New Bridge"....

It will be "new" to us.

For we've not been here before...nor crossed a "Bridge" like this one.

My husband lost his job while I was in Iowa in late August.
It lasted longer than when they first released him and his employees.

They had given him 2 days warning.
Then they realized they couldn't shut things down by themselves and asked him and our son and some others to stay on.

But last Friday, the day finally came to where he walked out of his building where he had been for years, for the last time.

And that's okay.

We started a new company...and it all begins tomorrow.

Please pray with us for "grace and favor" in these days ahead.
With the economy being what it is...we begin this new endevear totally "by faith."

And that's okay too.

Because we have major trust in our God that can, and has, and will continue to provide for us.


7 comments:

My Vintage Studio said...

Dear Joyce.
I wish you and your husband all the best. The current times in our country are scary for all. I will include you in my prayers.
Hugs, Sharon

The HopeChest said...

Prayers your way, and I'm excited for you to begin the process. With two such very capable people and blessed with God's favor, all will be fine.

Ms.Daisy said...

Joyce,
I have been and will continue to pray for you, your husband and son in your new endeavor. May God Bless You Richly.


Hugs,
Jean

Ms.Daisy said...

Joyce,
Thanks for stopping by and commeting on my Simple Pleasures post today. I've found some really good clothes (name brands) at rummage sales! Your plaid skirt sounds like it will be fun to wear for St. Patty's day! :)

Hugs,
Jean

The Urban Chic said...

Joyce, thanks for the directions, but I still am not familiar with that area. Maybe we could meet at Micheals when my friend and me go to Baton Rouge for a doctor's appt. I will have to visit the Hallmark shop by the hospital for sure. I have all of my ornaments except for the last Peanuts on Ice. Al bought me the cute snowman that plays music and lights up. I will continue to pray that all will be good with the new business. God always opens a window when a door closes, so this may turn out to be a Blessings. Many prayers and hugs, Love, Pat

Karen June Miller said...

God speaks the language of faith! And, when we dialogue on that level, nothing is impossible! I'm looking forward to all that God is preparing to pour out for you!

Love, KJ

sister sheri said...

What a journey! May God bless you!