A year ago, I've applied to the CRTC for a television license. Last March, the CRTC approved it. You can read all about it at this thread. Since then, I've sold my condo, moved to a new apartment and handed my letter of resignation to my current employer so I can start working full time on my project. I've been employed at the same software firm for seventeen years! When I gave my boss the news last March, he was naturally upset. We've developed an excellent working relationship over the years and he really hates to see me go. However, to his credit, he fully understands the dreams I have and wished me the best of luck. But today is the big day. My last day. I've already received my last paycheck, cleaned out my desk of seventeen years of junk ("what the heck is this thing?!?") and taken home all my personal belongings. So aside from doing final testing on a software component and relaying information about certain office components to the other employees, there's not much left to do. I have no idea if they'll give me a big send-off, but I'm hoping it'll be a very low-key event. I'm honestly not into big events. My hard work has already been recognized, the boss has reminded me many times he'll miss me very much... I'm not asking for anything more. Not even a gold watch. I'll post an update on my last day during the weekend. But what about you? Has anyone else had a "last day?" One which was the result of you leaving voluntarily to pursue a new project? Or were you retiring after years of dedication and heading off for parts unknown? How was your last day?