Thanks for making my job great
You share your ideas. You share your concerns. You call. You visit when we're at trade shows. You tell me when you agree. You tell me when you disagree—and you're almost always nice about it. You're a wonderful, generous, gracious group. And I've enjoyed working with you and for you as the editor of Veterinary Economics.
Eight years ago I took this job. I really can't believe it has been that long. And today I'm passing it on.
Lucky for me, they're not throwing me out in the cold to work with physicians or dentists or anything terrible like that. I get to stay here and keep dreaming up ways that our team of publications can help you. And right now, we're focusing on making our Web sites easier to use, even more rich in content (and that's saying something), and more integrated. So, I anticipate having more fun.
But it will be different, for sure. How many times do you suppose I've gotten on my high horse in the last eight years and argued that change is good? I'm not going to count. But you all can smile while you think of me getting a big old dose of my own medicine.
You've made my time with Veterinary Economics so rewarding. I can't thank you enough. I wish you happiness and success and all that is wonderful about the practice of veterinary medicine today and down the road.
Marnette Denell Falley, Editor