Goodbye but not farewell
Let’s face it, I don’t think anyone shy of Leonardo DiCaprio’s character in Titanic is good at actually saying their adieus. I, however, am especially bad at it and have strayed away from actually saying one most of my life. Regardless, it is understandably in order, so I will try to keep it short and sweet…
For over four years now, I’ve had the privilege of being part of the incredible family here at JLB. I’ve been able to work alongside some of the most creative, hard-working, personable people that I will, without a doubt, come across within my lifetime. Games of ketchup basketball, beers, queso and deep, dark secrets have all been shared–well, perhaps not deep, dark secrets. Some of the greatest moments in friendship history will forever be captive within the JLB compound… and yes, this includes ALL friendship history.
As may be somewhat obvious by this point, I am announcing my official departure from JLB. Neither stepping forward nor backward, I am simply making a sidestep into another career journey. Today, I leave the future of development and life as we know it in the ever-capable and probably softer hands of the one and only Mary Plummer.
That said, I want to thank JLB, our clients and even the random JLB blog readers. You have made my job something to look forward to ever morning. But now, I must also say goodbye.
Forever yours and always and forevers,