I wasn't the only one. I was one of about 5 people. It was pretty un-dramatic. But still incredibly sad.
If you hear of anything let me know.
In the meantime, I'm going to ask for St. Xenia of St. Petersburg to pray for me. Her prayers have helped many people to find jobs.
Most Holy St. Xenia well pleasing to God, pray to God for me.
On Saturday morning at the women's retreat we prayed the akathist of thanksgiving, Glory to God for all Things. It was based on something said by St. John Crysostom. This akathist hymn was written by Presbyter Gregory Petrov while he was in a prison camp in 1940 shortly before his death. It is one of the most beautiful prayers of thanksgiving I have ever heard, made even more beautiful when the circumstances are considered. I hope that in the face of something as terrible as a prison camp that I could say this.
Glory to God for all things.