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How Do You Picture Your Retirement
Posted On 02/02/2020 00:48:21 by texasjane
How do you picture your retirement? How did you picture it before you got there? I am sure very few of us had the same picture for both questions. retirement itself has nothing to do with age. It is merely going from one life style to another.I have a nephew who had enlisted in the army right out of high school.By the time he was 30 he retired from the service and went into business for himself doing a lot of what he had learned while in the service. I have known those who have retired from more... Read More

A Day At The Lake
Posted On 01/31/2020 17:47:33 by texasjane
I lived with 3 dogs and a cat. When I lived on the lake my day was never typical or routine. One such day went something like this:Baby Girl (my big yellow dog) had gotten real good about bringing me turtles at night when I'm not paying attention to her. The gifts had become a daily thing for her. Each morning (with Baby Girl following) I would take my precious little gifts down the back steps and place them in the opening leading under the house. This seemed to be the safest place to put them.... Read More

A Quiet Evening At Home
Posted On 01/30/2020 03:43:42 by texasjane
After visiting with friends that lived across the street I decided to go home for a quiet evening alone.My drive way was covered with acorns that had fallen from the trees that surround my little house on the lake. I made it through all the marbles on my drive, up my steps, and across the porch just fine, no problems. I came through the front door and faced instant chaos.The fur people were all over my feet, Baby Girl was tugging at one arm while Freddie tugged at the other. Ashley, the cat, lai... Read More

Taking The Tired Out of Retired
Posted On 01/29/2020 02:40:33 by texasjane
I have retired twice. I retired from teaching many years ago. Went back to school and became an auditor and designed conveyor systems for a national chain. I took an early retirement from that career. My early days of retirement were busy taking care of my mom, her sister, and my many critters and responsibilities. After my husband, my mother, and her sister passed away I was suddenly left with no one to take care of but me and my remaining animals.I allowed depression and laziness to move in an... Read More

Retirement and The Remote Control
Posted On 01/26/2020 14:25:29 by texasjane
The TV remote control is a necessary evil nowadays. When I was working; I watched the news in the morning and at night then finished the evening with a sitcom or two. The remote (after my last husband died) was always in the same place.That all changed when I retired.I have found it in the kitchen, the bathroom, and of course under every piece of furniture in the house.You see… as a retired person… who lives alone… somewhat alone…there are fur people in the house.I eat when I want and sl... Read More

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