Well, today I get the joy of laying off 15 more people. It’s really kind of weird to do that. You feel for each person but you know it is better for the whole, as in the people that remain. Harry was let go yesterday after 20 years with the company. At least I know how that feels and can relate to the daggers he shot me yesterday afternoon. What he doesn’t know yet is that there are other things to do and he will ultimately find happiness, if he chooses to. I don’t think he is a believer, so the road will probably be pretty tough for him. I have to remember to pray for him.
Tanya called last night and asked if it was okay to move me from this Sunday to next. Whew, that was a relief in that I really haven’t practiced this week. And, after the last time I didn’t practice, I just don’t want to do that again. Embarrassing to me and everyone else.