I am back. Yep, I was sick of logging on just like all of you. I had some jerks sending me emails and posting on my blog and decided to shut it off for a time. But i have been so busy I havent had time to blog anyways.
I am working a temp job for US Foods that at the current time might become permanent soon. They are impressed by how quick I learn the systems. they told me I am doing better tham some of their full time adjusters. So I have been sortof promoted for the third time in 8 weeks to be trained as a financial analyst. Thats right, my education is finally starting to pay off.
I am still applying for jobs to hopefully get a better paying job or some leverage with the temp job. I am waiting to hear back from Scottsdale Healthcare, really would like that one. And I have a job interview with Banner Health Surgery Centers on the 20th. I have an inside connection there that I am going to talk to Monday to see if he will put in a good word for me.
I like our new ward. It is small, but that is fun because we will get to know everyone a little easier. I have already been given a calling in the ward and no records yet. The Bishop wanted to talk to us on Sunday and brought us all in his office. Then on Thurs, his councellor called to come visit us. We thought he just wanted to meet with us, and he said he did but he had some other business. He said the Bishop had a feeling about me and wanted me to be in The Young Men program. So I am being called back to YM as the 1st counselor in the Presidency. At least I will be once they have our records. I am really excited to be back in YM. I have worked with the Deacons for 3.5 years and loved it. When I was released it did not feel like a burden lifted off me, it felt more like my family was being taken away. I really loved my deacons quorum. They taught me sometimes more than I taught them. It will be a little different working with the Teachers, but I look forward to the new challenge and I get to be with Jon again.
Love it, hate it. I love our house, it is nice and big, lots of room for the kids to play. Hate leaving the old ward, the pool, and the RV gate. I have nowhere to park my Chevelle, but Jon will be driving it in a year anyways.
We are excited for the chance to meet new people and make new friends. Love having good freeway access. Hope you enjoed reading this long post. I will try to blog more now that life is starting to calm down again.