Wisdom by Hindsight
Thank you Wisewebwoman.
Ha ha! I still have 10-12 years, but I’ve got lots of plans for after retirement. Secret Agent Woman recently posted..And life goes on.
We’ve been retired for 24 years now and still love it. Cheerful Monk recently posted..Crazy Weather
What is a retirement? Is that when you put new tires on a car? Looney recently posted..Official Brain Analysis
HA! I love that first one. it’s true! I’m loving every minute of it. it equals freedom to me! tammy j recently posted..moving on old bean
The first one speaks volumes! How our perspective changes as we age! Still the Lucky Few recently posted..How Long Can Humans Live? Seven Theories and a Quiz
Everything changes aw we age STLF. I now value such simple things that I used to take for granted before.
I’ve been in semi-enforced retirement for many years, and now coming up to 2 years ago fully retired – at least from getting a wage packet!
I have a few friends who say “what are you going to do this w/end?” and I don’t seem to have any plans…which annoys them. “But it’s the 2 days off work…” – some just don’t understand that every day is usually a w/end and often I got to crafty things on a w/end…so if I want a 2 day off period – I have select a week day!!!
Yes, all of us retired persons come up with our own individual formulas to treat what as working days and what as holidays.
lol The first picture is funny. My feelings about retiring are similar to those of Shimon Peres (of blessed memory): I don’t intend to.
Cheers Max Coutinho recently posted..Trump’s Hard Words ‘Bout Africa: The Truth Hurts, Doesn’t it?
Here is Ameen to that. In any case, you have a long way to go before you will have to decide one way or the other.
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