Time To Say Goodbye...

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Truckin Along With Kearse's Comment
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Over the last 4 years, I have made some awesome friends, learned to surpass other drivers on my fleet, had quite a few laughs, and hope I have inspired a few.

I have been neglecting some seriously time consuming issues in my life, and a new chapter is on the horizon. I will try to continue writing the blog articles and pop in from time to time. Unfortunately, I won't have the time to dedicate to the forum as I always have. Those of you who know me well, know I am always "all in".

Stay safe and be good to each other! And thank you for some great years!



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TCB's Comment
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You will truly be missed. But, we will be looking forward to those times when you do find a moment to stop in. Perhaps those endeavors that require more of your time will somehow still bring us together in the future. Than you for all of contributions and God bless.


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G-Town's Comment
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Rainy...you will be missed.

Your contributions to this forum are priceless.

All the best to you. God Bless.

PJ's Comment
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Oh boy, not what I expected checking in.

Rainy you will be missed. Take care of life and we will look forward to the times you check in.

Stay safe. God Bless!

Pete E Pothole's Comment
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Thanks for all you have done here. I wish you well, would say good luck, but we all know " The harder I work, the luckier I get. " and that you work as hard as any one of us.

Thanks again for your perspective and advice you have given, all of us looking into the career have taken something from your experiences you shared. i guarantee it.

Old School's Comment
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Well, this belongs over in that thread about the things that make you say, "C'mon man!"

C'mon girl - what in the world?

Look, I can't castigate you, I think I understand, but we will certainly all miss your contributions. We lose that "Jersey Girl" attitude and all the many other ways we've benefited from your voice in here.

I'm making a prediction. You are going to miss us bad enough to pop back in at times. You know you'll always be welcome!

Turtle's Comment
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Rainy, you will always be here. Your spirit is as integral to this forum as anyone else's, and your inspiration will live on.

You above all others were instrumental in my career decision, a fact for which I'll always be grateful.

I wish you continued success in everything you do.

Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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You will definitely be missed.

Errol V.'s Comment
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Rainy, I agree with Old School, you'll be back. Maybe not with so many postings, but I know you'll be throwing your thoughts in every once in a while.

Best of luck in your new endeavors. Do keep us posted, too many people here look forward to your contributions.

Can you answer this: Will you still have some connection to the trucking world?


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Marc Lee's Comment
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Rainy...you will be missed.

Your contributions to this forum are priceless.

All the best to you. God Bless.

What G said!

Be safe. Good luck with this next phase of your life.

Thank you for your many contributions. You will be missed!


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