Friday, January 12, 2007

I think Jason and I will be moving to Virginia soon. He went for a second interview yesterday and they have asked us to have dinner with the owner this comming Thursday.

8 comments:

Bonnie said...

I'm sorry I didn't respond much to this when you mentioned it this afternoon. I thought maybe denial would prevent it from happening. This is unacceptable. Dad and I can't even think about it. I thought by this stage in my life I would get used to letting go, but if anything it is harder...

Dad said...

Your mother should know by now that she should not speak for me. I can indeed think about it and the thoughts are not good. Stop, drop, and roll might be a good way of putting out a fire but there are better ways to be sure you do not start the fire in the first place.

Katharine said...

I guess I didn't get to talk to you too much at the wedding, but I'm so thankful you two came. I didn't realize you guys were looking to move. Just pray and listen and you were surely make the right move. E-mail me about the pictures, I've lost your address: Katharine@sccoast.net

Terra said...

I was wondering when I'd hear from you =) I was starting to think I'd have to dig out stacy's phone number and track you down.

Dad said...

Thanks for the return of the slide show.

Mrs. K said...

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

unacceptable

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!






(not that I have a say)

Matthew said...

In my unsolicited opinion, I see two main issues I would like to discuss. First, the job is much better and the financial security it brings could do a better job enabling you to pursue your education than your present circumstances. Therefore, that is on the positive side.

With reference to the issues of moving, this is a natural part of adult life and should be expected. It still hurts to have friends and family move away, but that is not a reason to call out the dragon guard.

Maybe the resistance is for some other factors that I am not aware of, but based on the points I am aware of it seems that this opportunity offers a higher probability to make progress on issues important to both of you than your present circumstances and would therefore be a net positive thing.

melbelle1017 said...

I agree with Matt. As much as I don't approve of moving farther away from Arizona (you were supposed to move closer!), I think this move would be a very positive thing, on many levels.