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Jumping from the high board – last day of work — 8 Comments

  1. I know how you feel. I had the same jumping off feeling when I retired from AMD. You walk away from a job that provides you with a regular pay check and a set of task and goals to achieve – even if they are not really yours. You walk away from a regularity that you often dreamed of escaping. But that regularity was predictable and there is a certain comfort to that predictability. You leave behind people who have played a major role in your daily life.The plunge into uncertainty is a bit unnerving. The adventure will be the new norm.

  2. Mev,
    We are going to miss you and will be watching your blog for updates on your grand adventure. I has been a pleasure and honor to work with you and I do hope our paths cross again. Best of luck!

  3. Godspeed Mev! Best of luck!. I am much excited to follow about your journey.

  4. Congratulations on your new adventure! Will be following your posts and dreaming of joining you somewhere along the route. Ride free.

  5. MeV, Best wishes and look forward to your posts on your journey.

  6. I am Johann’s father in law. I wish you all the best. I wish I could join you but I guess I am too old. God bless you on your travels you lucky man.