Hi Lisa, I truly wish you the best in all your future endovaers. Whenever I was at a crossroad and trying to make a decision, my very wise grandmother would say: You can stay back in ease and comfort or move forward to growth. Although we (the QVC viewers) will miss seeing you, I am so happy you have chosen to move forward. A year and a half ago, I left my job of nine years to accept a more challenging position. At first I worried that I had made the wrong decision afterall this new position was much more difficult and required me to learn new things. However, this challenge was just the thing I needed to inject new passion into my career.I commend you for taking that leap of faith. It is not easy to leave a comfortable position, especially in a difficult job market and sluggish economy. Best of luck with all of your future projects. I hope to meet you at your book signing.
Elaine--thanks for your encouraging words. Isn't it great how God can bless otrhes when we think to share how He's blessed us? I know His word is in your "fingertips" and He will continue to bless otrhes through you.Beth--Thank you so much for stopping by and for your gracious words. Thank you also for being obedient to His call on your life. I know it isn't easy and fun and glamorous; there is great responsibility that goes with teaching His word. Thank you for your words of blessing to my son--"from your mouth to His ears!"Mrs.Proverbs31--I'm so glad you found me and I hope you'll come again. I have a soft spot for the Proverbs 31 lady myself; you'll see more of her around here from time to time. (check out to her from my point of view).And may your hen house be snake free!