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Tag Archives: retirement
As the infamous Mark Twain line goes…reports of my death are greatly exaggerated. In fact, considering my last posting on this blog was February 8th, I have to admit I am a bit disappointed that no one took a moment … Continue reading
This is turning out to be a year of big changes with unknown destinations. I had no idea back in January that I’d be sitting here in October wondering where I will be living by the end of the year. … Continue reading
I got a new phone. It is not quite the experience of getting a new car, although for younger folks I suppose it is based on the amount of time and money they spend on their phones. My purchase, however, was a … Continue reading
*** A note to my fellow indie-authors/publishers follows this post *** As a parent your main mission is to raise your children so that they become caring and contributing people in society and the bonus you hope for is that … Continue reading
One of the big benefits of retirement is T I M E. I have lots of time. I probably waste more of it than I should, but the opportunity to simply do nothing can be tempting. I remember when I … Continue reading
Saying goodbye is not always easy, especially when your stay has brought you fame and fortune, as it has for many a professional ball player. Here is Part II of guest correspondent Ron Carmean’s look at “when to say … Continue reading
We welcome back to marc’s blog our favorite–and only–guest corresponsent, Ron Carmean. Ron was a regular contributer to this blog a few years back and I have finally coerced him out of retirement to rejoin this marathon of mirth. I’m … Continue reading