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  1. Then there’s the line at Starbucks. not much of a wait at 10:30. ditto for weeknight dinners out and movies.
    but there are also expectations. When we visit our kids [they don’t live in the same city as we do], there is the unsaid assumption that, with all that time available to us, we’ll bake their favorite breads and bring the home-made granola. pressure, pressure!

  2. I’m officially down to one day a week now, but my husband is full time. He plans on retiring next summer and I can’t wait! I’m glad you’re loving it!

    • Mother

      I thought there was a good chance I would get bored but here I am in my second year and loving it all. Thanks for stopping by.

  3. I am sure looking forward to it! My husband just turned 65 but will work at least another year and maybe more. I do wish I’d known to plan a little better for this very important time of my life because I would LOVE to spend it traveling and that is expensive.
    🙂 gwingal

    • Mother

      As I said I didn’t plan very well but so far God has been good to me. Husband was a little better prepared and that helps.

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