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tanneman
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Re: New Job, New City, New Life

Postby tanneman » Sun Mar 08, 2020 10:00 am

I don't post on here much nowadays. I remember reading about your change of job. Nothing worth it is easy. Glad you stuck with it. If you left it would always have been a mark in memory of 'what if'. Keep it up and congrats on settling in, enjoying it and making the most of it.
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Re: New Job, New City, New Life

Postby BoxerCup R » Mon Mar 09, 2020 6:48 am

tanneman wrote:I don't post on here much nowadays. I remember reading about your change of job. Nothing worth it is easy. Glad you stuck with it. If you left it would always have been a mark in memory of 'what if'. Keep it up and congrats on settling in, enjoying it and making the most of it.



Hi tanneman > Thanks for posting Mate and thank you for the positivity :D
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