I've been studying the same book, but I think I'm going to flunk the final.
Since I was laid off in November I have tried my best to get up by 8 am every day and be dressed by 9 am. Thank goodness for morning Mass - a place to go where I must look presentable! The days that I don't do this, especially if I stay in my jammies until noon - well, it just becomes very easy to start falling into the sinkhole of despair.
I'm getting ready to say the rosary with my husband, Angela. I'll offer it for you to find a job. I also pray an ongoing novena to St. Joseph every night before I go to bed. Part of the novena is praying for the needs of others. You will be part of that every night. May God protect you from discouragement and open a door where he wants you to be.
Thank you Mary Ann! Fortunately my income was not the main one in our home but I think the hardest part for me has been the lack of social interaction. I am trying not to burn out my friends with constant invitations for coffee lol!
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