A bit of landmark day yesterday when I joined my now former colleagues (from left to right) Tanya, Liz and David for drinks to say goodbye to our time working for ex-Keighley MP Kris Hopkins.
Sadly one of our number wasn't able to be present; Naz was recently enthroned as the new Mayor of Keighley and was on official business.
Long may he reign.
It's been a rollercoaster of a ride over the last seven years, with many highs and many lows.
From a personal point of view, my favourite moment was receiving an invitation from then Prime Minister David Cameron to meet the victorious 2013 British and Irish Lions rugby squad at 10 Downing Street. (I was mightily relieved not to drop the glass trophy).
Most of the players seemed to think I was much more important than I was (i.e. I wasn't in the least bit important) so were very kind.
That said, the great Brian O'Driscoll has a reputation for being a top man in all circumstances, so hopefully his smile was for real.
Happy memories and all good fun.
I look forward to seeing much more of my old workmates in the months and years ahead.