So much is said about the good years of retirement. Maybe I had my good years before I retired. All I see is that I can have pains, feel bad, and not have to go to work each day and yet live with an income and medical care because I had planned ahead when I was younger. Many talk about a lot of travel and so forth, but I see a schedule of pills and other medications that require management in order to use. I guess for most part one should just be happy to be here on earth after the age of 72 as I do.
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Retired military-tours of 8 years Army, 12 years Navy- followed by Government contract work in the Tech/Engineering field, followed by over-the-road owner/operator semi service. Fully retired in 2007, cancer 2009 and following treatments 8.8 years clear. View all posts by James Argroves