Welcome to the ranks of the unemployed. It aint all its cracked up to be, but does mark a life well lived.Congrats, Dave. Enjoy.
@TenMile: Thanks, I'm looking forward to it.
Congratulations, MOJO. Well done.
Congratulations MOJO. Time to turn the page. Best of luck with your future endeavors.
I am certain the party was anything but obligatory. No doubt you'll be missed.Word verification: funtylwe drop. Congrats, buddy.
Now you can start that Photo a Day blog you've been wanting to start.
Thanks to all the well-wishers.@Joni: that's a great Idea -- I'll have to think about it.
Congrats, Dave. Knowing what a guy of high energy you are, I suspect your blog will get even more interesting in the coming years as you seek out new challenges.All the best on your special day, my friend.
*like*Hope to see you in Toronto.
Hey, you colleagues evidently agree with us.NH WP SirAnd that TV beats a watch.
It's nice to be loved! And sounds like you had some good friends at your work. Sony Bravia? Bravo! That's what we have and we like it a lot!Thanks for your comment today - you said it right!
Congrats Mojo! Enjoy!
Congrats, enjoy. At least you got a party. After 20 years I got a trip to the front door
Looked at that cake a little closer...I don't think you're going to spend much time in a rockin' chair!
Welcome to retirement - it has its good and not so good points depending on your personality. For instance I'm a CNN junkie and like being able to watch it whenever I want. You'll probably get to play more bridge and poker or develop other hobbies. It ain't about "have to" any more. I do miss my job, though, all that being said. My retirement present was a fine-free library care, which I will definitely enjoy. So, congrats!