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    Today is my last day at my current job
    baby1at35 posted:
    I am somewhat sad as the people I work with are really great.
    I am excited however for my new job and doing things I haven't done before. A definate change in career but still using skills I have gained along the way.
    One never knows what path our lives take.
    So today I have to say good bye to some nice ladies (who are seriously around 70 yrs old and mother'ed me a bit but they were very sweet. They even brought stuff for the boys all the time.
    But I know I will be in the right place.
    Me (43) 2 busy boys 7 yrs and 6 yrs
    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    It's always a bit sad leaving a job, even if you weren't particularly happy. You made friends and were in your comfort zone and to go out of that can be a bit scary.

    When I left my last job, I was glad to be leaving because I couldn't stand my supervisor but was also a bit sad as I had made friends that I was used to seeing every day.

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