Daisies and Ladybird

Daisies and Ladybird
Daisies and Ladybird

Monday, 15 December 2014

Persistence

Persistence
oil on oil paper
 
As promised its been a beautiful sunny day, just perfect for taking photos (in the shade of course).
We've been ferrying our son to a couple of interviews, one in Milton Keynes and one in Hemel Hempstead. He has a 2, 1 degree in Economics and Finance, he's been applying for two years for jobs with no luck. Its wearing him down and its getting harder  to scrape him off the floor and boost his confidence time and time again. I would like to ask the universe for a job for our son, he's a fast learner, he has a heart of gold, the type that will carry an old ladies shopping home to their door.

6 comments:

  1. It just floors me how hard it is for our kids to get jobs, let alone decent jobs. I'll add him and hope for his future to my prayers. And once again I like the purple shadows. Nicely pops with the orange of the flowers.

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    1. Thank you so much Karen, for your comment and prayers.xxx

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  2. Mixed bouquets are such a challenge, but you've painted it beautifully. Like the purple shadow too.
    Everything is crossed for your son. I really hope he finds something soon!

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  3. Ah, good title for your painting... Persistence. He WILL find the perfect job, Azra, he will! Your support and encouragement is probably so valuable right now, it's wonderful that you're there for him like that. And the painting is gorgeous!

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  4. Sounds very familiar to me, not long ago, I felt the same for our son whose struggle for a job never seemed to end, but today he is the founder of a company after all those struggles and so I am confidently saying, this too shall pass and your son will be blessed soon by the universe Azra,

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