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Dear Elizabeth,
Oh dear. So sorry to hear about the upheaval in your life. Rest assured that there are many good thoughts and good wishes and prayers coming your way.

Loo xx

Oh Elizabeth what a difficult time for you both. Hopefully something positive will come out of this. Good luck both of you. xx


I'm so sorry to hear of all the upheaval, hope things work out well for you both in the end. x


Sorry to hear of your troubles Elizabeth, what a difficult time you have been having. I do hope things improve for you in the not too distant future.


That's so tough, keep your chin up until things get sorted. All my very best wishes to you.
Jean x

Daisy Chain

Sounds like it's been a very stressful time. At least you'll have all those reunions to look forward to. Hope everything works out. x


So sorry to hear this news Elizabeth. Will be good to have your family close by when P is away, but I hope a job comes through for him in the UK.

My DH has been made redundant too, but we are treating it as early retirement (he is 61) as getting another job at his age in this economic climate in Australia is near impossible.


So sorry to hear this Elizabeth. I really hope it will be a short term solution for you both.

It will be good that you are near family once more while you are on your own. Its good you have some stability in your life. And, at least you will own your own house and will have time to make it look fantastic when your hubby comes home.

BTW my nephew is studying law and feels very despondent at the moment. He's good at it but wonders at his employment prospects in the future...


Sorry to hear you've been having a tough time of it Elizabeth. It will be hard for you I know but being near to your family will be a great support until P finds work in the UK again. My husband was made redundant 6 years ago from a well-paid job, and it seemed like the end of the world at the time, but gradually we've adjusted to a lower income and he now works as a groundsman and loves the outdoor life. Often as one door closes so another opens and I don't miss our old life at all. Very best of luck, sending positive thoughts your way x


Sad news, indeed, Elizabeth.

I do so hope that something comes P's way worthy of his talents.

French Knots

What a difficult prospect for you both to face, having family near by will be positive for you while you adjust to being apart. Fingers crossed that something closer to home comes up for P x


Sorry to hear of the challenges you are facing at the moment, Elizabeth. My husband was made redundant and out of work for 16 months a few years ago, it was a very difficult time, so I feel for you both.

It will be lovely to have your own home though, and to be near your friends and family. I hope it won't be too long before P can be with you there.


I really feel for you and P having to be apart, and with P's struggles with the current job market. I always enjoy your blog, and admire the way you are coping through this difficult time. All the very best, Elizabeth.

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