I have seen this quote twice in one day and therefore think its relevance is a sign:
Not every day is sunny; some days you're the pigeon and some days you're the statue.
The day before we left for our trip to California, Mr. Case lost his job.
On the one hand, I feel very relieved. His job was awful. He was working a minimum of 10-12 hours a day, if not more, and making very little money.
Very little money.
But, he stayed at the job for some valid reasons:
1. He is nothing if not dedicated to providing for his family. Frankly, I am pregnant and we needed the health insurance.
2. He thought if he demonstrated how industrious he was, then when things improved our financial situation would improve. Unfortunately, his industry dictates that when the economy is bad, so is our bank account situation.
So, needless to say, there has been a lot of mixed emotions. It was truly not a good environment in which to be spending the majority of your day. Without going into too many details, there are reasons we feel a peace about the situation.
And, most importantly, we are confident God will provide for our family as He always, always has. we are trying not to operate in fear, but of course we have our weak moments.
If you have any to spare, please send some prayers our way.