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Can I just say

Discussion in 'Retirement' started by alfredrussell, Apr 16, 2012.

  1. alfredrussell

    alfredrussell New commenter

  2. Lucky you, I've got 63!
  3. 8 days to go !!
  4. alfredrussell

    alfredrussell New commenter

    Can I ask why/how? Would the end of a term not be better?
  5. I handed in my resignation at the end of February to retire at Easter. Unfortunately, the official end of term date is the 30th of April, due to Easter being a 'movable feast'.
    Therefore, I have to work for these 2 weeks - which is a pain when I've just had the Easter holidays!
  6. lindenlea

    lindenlea Star commenter

    Hey - it's only two weeks though - not that much of a pain [​IMG]
    Enjoy - summer's on its way!!
  7. Very true - I can't wait!

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