Re: jetboil v. giga stove
2010-05-01 20:43:15 GMT
Thanks, Pat. I have a lot of friends, but they are mostly part
of the work crew, as you say. Shock? I am ecstatic! I always made
my own schedule and did what was needed. For the past two years
I have been training my replacement, soo, I think he can handle
things. Not the way I would...that's OK...his job, his way.
At least I can devote myself to being 100% lazy these days.
At 02:17 PM 5/1/2010, you wrote:
This is off topic BUT.... Jim go to the dinner and watch deal and enjoy yourself at it ! What the heck you don't have any evaluations left at this point so you can vent a little if you need but don't burn bridges. There are going to be folks you'll maybe not see again so enjoy their company one last time. Secondly , retirement is a shock to the system so keep that in mind. You are going to be surprised how much money it used to cost you to work per month. I was sort of in a tizzy for the first year but then we got the carpet pulled out from under us so it was a little different there. Enjoy the retirement and congratulations.James Marco,
On Sat, May 1, 2010 at 12:20 PM, James D. Marco <jdm27 <at> cornell.edu> wrote:
My thoughts only . . .
BTW: I am now on terminal leave for retirement...still a few meetings to go to
and that blasted dinner with the watch thing...I will opt out if possible.
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