Monday, May 11, 2009

It's been a Journey, Man..



Did you know that I don't like my husbands job? It scares the crap out of me!



I can guarantee that if there is a snowstorm, or a rainstorm, or a windstorm.. I won't see him for several days.



It makes me feel bad now that we have James. Over the winter he was only home from 11pm to 7am for 3 weeks straight. Seven days a week. That only gives him time to come home and sleep. He missed his little boy alot.



Next month he is going to be training for an entire month. It will be nice to know he will only be gone 8 hours a day. The downside is after that he will have to work alot more. He will be gone even more than he was before.



The nice part is that he LOVES his job. It makes him happy to be working outside. He finds it exciting. While he is out having fun, I worry that he might never come home.



I am glad that he has found a career with something that he loves. And we are lucky enough that it provides well enough that I can stay home with our baby.



Good luck in training baby! We love you!

8 comments:

Mocha Dad said...

If you find a job you love, you never have to work a day in your life.

Clare said...

wish that I loved my job. I want to be home instead of at the office. I love your blog background.

Mimi said...

So happy he found something he loves!

Thanks for stopping by my blog & helping to make my SITS day special!

Leslie, the cleaning coach said...

I'm thankful for your husband and guys like him. What would we all do without them loving and working so hard! Tell him Thanks!

Marshmallow Circus said...

I know how you feel. My dh works long hours, but he loves his work.

Join me in some baby shower fun today by visiting my blog!

John Deere Mom said...

What a sweet post to your hubby! Stopping by from SITS!

Nicki and Mathis said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog on my SITS day! You have a beautiful family!

Orchardviewcottage said...

Following over from SITS... love your Vegas post... I lived there for 5 years and your pics made me miss it... Love that you went on the Dam tour :)