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busy, busy, busy…


Well, I’m working now! I have been for the last couple of weeks, but as you may have gathered from the title, I’ve been just a bit busy. Part of that busyness has been a result of the kids being sick with the same cold that I’ve been fighting off. For a few days last week, I couldn’t set the tissues and handkerchiefs down. I would blow Aria’s nose, then my own, and back to her.
Anyway, we’re on the tail end of that now! Thank God. And, I am now a little more settled in to my new job. So, what am I doing? Well, I am filling an admin role in a letting agency. For you Americans, that means an apartment rental agency. It is never a dull job, with all kinds of people calling up, to get us to help them with their living arrangement problems and repairs and stuff like that. These people seem to be upset quite a bit, and I rather enjoy the difficulty of it most of the time. And, besides working with the people, I am also very much enjoying the fact that I’m learning about how properties work and about how the whole business goes. It’s quite neat. Makes me want to buy a house too, but…. it’ll be a while.
So, yeah, I figured I had better send a quick update to at least let people know that I was working, and that things were good. Please continue to pray for us. I’ll write again soon. I have a little monologue thing that I wrote for communion at church that I’d like to put up some time, so I’ll try and do that relatively soon. Well, till then! God bless!

3 Responses to “busy, busy, busy…”

  1. Charissa
    April 5th, 2007 13:52

    Thanks for the update bro. Sounds like you have an interesting position and I hope you find it fulfilling. Since Garrett and I are in the process of buying our first home, I am learning something new every day! There is a lot to know about real estate, that’s for sure. Hope you all feel better soon. Happy Easter! We miss you. Love, Charissa

  2. brockett
    April 15th, 2007 00:05

    Clancy, glad to hear things are going well for you. I’m finishing up my job this week, then it’s back on the road again. Stay beautiful!

  3. Tina
    May 7th, 2007 08:17

    Hi John & Rachael and girls,
    It is so neat to read your newsletter. I am at work so I have to make this brief. I am so happy for you, you both sound very happy and content. Really it is all about God and family. I love it!!!! I was blessed yesterday. I had a chance to give little Lilly a ride in her stroller and to have K.C. riding ahead of us, on his Super Spiderman bike. It was quite a site I am sure. With K.C. zooming ahead of me and me maddly pushing the stroller to catch up with him. I think Lilly liked it.
    When you get back to Syracuse, please look
    the Poplaski’s up. Love & Prayers, Tina

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