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I've received a couple emails from some people asking how the job situation is going for Chris and I. Here is the update...
For me, the past two weeks have been how they used to be, awesome! I feel like a huge weight has been lifted off of me. I have always loved my job and that's why I was so bummed out these past few months when things weren't going very well. It is probably the best job in the world and I feel so blessed to have the position and I am SO thankful that things are getting better. I'm only in the office 2 days a week and I really look forward to those 2 days again and enjoy my time there. God does answer prayers and I thank Him for working through situation there!!
As for Chris, he is still in the position he moved to in January. He has a lot of things going for him right now over there and we're anxious to see how they're all going to come together. He definitely wants to get out of there in the next 6 months. Right now he is trying to figure out what field of work he is interested in. Any suggestions? We'll keep praying that God will lay it on his heart and make it clear to us with where he us supposed to go, until then we are waiting patiently.

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