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April 23, 2009

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Lucy

Sorry to hear about your "not-so-good news"....hope things can be worked out for you both.

Kristen

Oh dear, I hope you can resolve things with your husband.

Cindy

Hope things can be resolved to your satisfaction! Sorry to hear you are having problems!

jamie

Oh no, that is NOT good news at all! Im so sorry you guys are having to go through that on top of everything else that has happend in the past year :( Good luck and I hope things work out.

Sara

Knowing you will have a job is definitely good news for teachers (here in Alabama, they pink slip anyone without tenure...then hire 95% them back in July.)

The other stuff, not so good news. I'll be thinking of you ((hugs))

Margaret

Happy to hear your good news! That's wonderful!

As for your not-so-good news, many couples have issues from time to time. Can you 2 get away for a weekend alone? Sometimes that helps to get away from everyday stuff. Could counseling help? I'll keep you 2 in my prayers.

Have a great day everyone!

Jenn

Sorry to hear about your crummy news. But job security - yay! And done with school for the semester - yay! I've got some discussion board postings and one more little paper and I'm done - so looking forward to it. And being done with the standardized testing next week. yay!

Wanda

The good news is good, but sorry to hear about the bad news. I suppose everything will work out it should.

jillian

Good news - yay! So sad to hear the not-so-good news. I'll be thinking of you.

Debbie

I got laid off a few weeks ago so I am glad to hear you have a job. I have a few months of severance but the uncertainty is stressful. Sorry about the not-so-good-news. I will send positive thoughts.

Tifffany

Sorry to hear about your bad news. I've been following your blogs for years and was shocked! I hope everything works out for the best in the end. And YAY for your job!

Cyndy

I hope it all turns into good news.

Nancy

I hope things work out for the best whatever that ends up being. I'm happy everything else is stable it makes it a little easier to handle to hard stuff.

Jan

The good news is great news...the bad news...well that just sucks big time.

Thinking of you,

Jan in PA

nat

Wishing you all the best, as always - I still check in, and am saddened and gladdened at the same time.

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As for your not-so-good news, many couples have issues from time to time. Can you 2 get away for a weekend alone?

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