I have been quiet inside and out the last few weeks. There are little worries that tug at my mind. I haven’t been able to do much of anything but hold my breath…waiting. The crisis is little by little touching our corner of the world. We have prepared ourselves mentally and financially for the worst even if I think that my husband is not in danger of losing his job any time soon. Hopefully, never.
It will be harder for me to find a full-time job once I start looking in May since many companies are not hiring. I know that. I, also, know that I will be able to find something even if it isn’t what I would prefer as work. I just want to work.
The bright spot in our lives is that Vilay has been accepted by a watchmaking school. He will start classes this coming fall. It will be hard for us. He will work full-time and go to school three nights a week. But, we must do what we must do so that our family has as much financial security as possible. In plus, my husband loves what he does and now he will learn more about his profession. I am proud of him and happy that he has found a way to work in a field that he is passionate about.
I must find a way to do the same.