Tuesday, January 10, 2012

We're Home......

Turns out the 6 month to 1 year job that we thought Cory had in Nevada has been cut dramatically short.  We found out a few days after Christmas that Cory was going to be laid off and thus transferred back to Utah.  He already has a new job with another company here in Utah, doing the same apprenticeship program, but man has this thrown us for a loop. 
We made so many life changes to go out to Nevada, and come to find out it was for a very short period of time.  I find myself feeling very stressed, frustrated, grateful (to be home), among many other emotions.  For now we will be staying with Cory's parents because everything is still up in the air as to how long we will be in Utah for, which is probably what stresses me out the most.  I am a very big planner, and not having a plan really makes me on edge- ugh.  I just keep telling myself that everything will work itself out, and try not to stress about it.  I am very blessed to have an amazing family, amazing friends, and a very loving and supportive Heavenly Father to help me get through it all. 
Tenley is still growing like a little weed and she is starting to get four molars- yes, not just one or even two- but four all at the same time- poor girl!!  She is a jabber box and can speak so very well.  Love her to pieces. 

With the new year now in full swing, I have still not written down my goals.  I feel like I have so many floating around in my head, I just need to get them down.  Hopefully this year will be as great as the last, and we will be able to encounter some new adventures.  Welcome 2012- so much for the end of the world you crazy people!!!!!


Bryce and Brittany said...

Hey! I am so sorry that you are so stressed out. I am a big planner too so Bryce's job is sometimes very hard to deal with. While he was in his apprenticeship, there were many times when he would come home and say that we have to pack up that night. Try to get used to moving at the last minute now. It will happen more than this!

I know these guys work their butts off everyday, but the women have to sacrafice just as much, if not more being on the road with these guys. These guys wouldn't be able to do it without is girls, BELIEVE ME! ;) It can be challenging at times. And with kids, it is much harder. But I promise that this job will all be worth it. The apprenticeship is hard, but it will all work out. It is so great that Bryce is now a lineman. More freedom and more choices. I know exactly how you are feeling right now. Remember, I have been where you are right now and please call me if you ever need to! I know we haven't really spoke much since h.s., but I am here for you!

Keep your head up!

The Robinsons said...

Hey girl! how are you! I found your blog through someone else! hope your ok I follow!

Rachel Nelson said...

Lacey Jo! So glad you found me! When I was in Utah at the University Mall I thought of you and hoped I that I would run into you there again. It seems like that is the only place I've seen you since high school.
Your little girl is adorable! I can't believe how old she is already. I saw her at my sister's wedding Sept 2010. She was sooo little then! Hope everything falls together for you guys!

-Ashli and Mack- said...

Hey thanks for the comment! I'm sure I have seen you around and it looks like my aunt Aubrey is your friend! :)

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