Sunday, January 11, 2009

Feeling the Economy Woes

I don't know about everyone else, but the whole "economy downturn" has seemed like a lot of nonsense to me. I mean, I hear about it every day, but I guess it has not personally affected me yet, so therefore it doesn't exist? Well the reality finally hit close to home Friday. I was debating as to whether or not I should even write about this, since nothing is "official" yet, but I think writing about it will relieve some stress. I had a meeting Friday to discuss a big meeting that my work is having tomorrow (Monday). Well I honestly did not think too much about this meeting. There were a few things that I knew were going to be discussed, but nothing that I really needed to worry about. That was until my boss told us that right now our region has 4 people that do my job. The company has goals to lower that number to 3 people. Hmm, I wonder who is going to go? My heart sank and I was literally devastated. I have only been at this job since October and I have the least experience out of the group. I am not sure what exactly is going to happen, if anything. All I know is that my job may be drastically changed in the next month-if I even have a job. I was reassured that I may be transferred somewhere else, but there is no guarantee of that. I don't know, like I said, none of this is really official. I don't know what will happen. I just hope it all works out.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

You are in our prayers! Try not to stress. Keep faith things will be OK. We love you! Mom and Dad

The Payne's said...

Same for us Kel, we will keep you in our prayers. We love you guys and hope the best today. Let us know what happens.

Dave and Julie Neal said...

Kellie, I am sorry to hear about your stress of your job... I really hope everything works out for you! My husband lost his job in March and we still are trying to pick up the pieces. So I really hope it doesnt effect you like that. Oh, I am so glad you found my blog!! And thanks for the comments about MaKenna. We really think she is a doll!

The Archuleta's said...

I'm so sorry. I hope that it all works out.

Shari and Trent said...

Hey Kellie! I am really excited you found my blog! Yes, of course I remember you and those good ol' volleyball days! Keep in touch

aShLee said...

i know!! so good to hear from you! My birthday is on the 24th and I would love for you and your hubby to come down for dinner and maybe some bowling...haven't really figured out details yet. if not we should have a girls night soon!

Fostervision said...

Kellie, I'm so sorry you are in this stressful situation! Let us know how things turn out.

Jolley Fam said...

Hey good luck with that girl- hope whatever happens- it will work out for you in the end. Oh- that pic of you two on the dunes is soooo cute! Well done. :)

Dogmom Diva said...

Kellie, how did things work out with your job? It's a tough time all around..one thing about when you are retired, no fear of losing your job, but...no money either.

We are so glad you can make it to the wedding..do you have my email???we can chat...