A Door Closing

According to the boss the other hired man didn’t like us much according to him it was the boss so I don’t know what’s going on except that we’ve been let go already. 

So a little packing up and we’re back to the city. 

I’m long past trying to force my way in the world or crying over spilt milk. I’ve learned when a door closes another one opens. And I like Karma good enough to let her sort it all out. 

Life is still good. 

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8 responses to “A Door Closing

  1. Prayers for you, a new better job, house and health to both of you.

  2. Keep a smile on your face, a hand on your cowboy and a cold one in the fridge. Life is getting so much better for you. Enjoy this time to do some fun things. We are all praying for you. Keep the photos coming!

  3. Sorry to hear that. God bless.

  4. Dangit, had hoped you could settle for a while.
    Something better will come along, no doubt.

  5. O my gosh, well bless your dear hearts, there surely is something much larger at play here, as you say, protecting and guiding, nurturing and loving, as one door closes other possibilities and miracles await you and as we know, life is overflowing with love filled miracles, you are proof of that

  6. Well that sucks! But there must be a reason- hope it all works out.

  7. Hate that so much praying you will find another ranch job hopefully year round prayers

  8. JoAnn Marshall

    Hey Cowgirl. You are so right and everything happens for a reason and something better Is waiting for you! Hugs and God Bless! Ride on!!!!

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