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Top Ten Ways to Reinvent Retirement  

1. Retire the word retirement.
2. Realize it's a new concept.
3. Restructure your priorities.
4. Renew your zest for education.
5. Revitalize your energy.
6. Rekindle your taste for risk-taking.
7. Respond to new opportunities.
8. Recharge your system.
9. Revisit childhood dreams.
10. Remember, the wisdom to find your true passion is within you! 

Senior Facts  

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Retirement

 
I worked years for someone else so that I could retire.
   I dreamed of sleeping late and sitting by the fire.
 
   I dreamed of long vacations, enjoying stage and song.
   But, let me set you straight on that concept, it is simply wrong.
 
   I did junk my safety glasses and the work boots that cramped my toes.
   But, the rest of it had a mind of it's own and this is how it goes.
 
   My wife had been thinking of retirement and had plans of her own.
   She had spent much time with the kids but, now they are grown and gone.
 
   We sold our cattle and horses so we wouldn't have that chore.
   I poured concrete over my alarm clock but, I still wake up at four.
 
   I get my eyes checked on Monday.  Ann gets hers checked the next day.
   I go for a colon check on Wednesday and pass my wife going the other way.
 
   I have a dental appointment on Thursday.  Ann goes for a test on her heart.
   Friday we go get prescriptions filled and browse a while at Wal-mart.
 
   Saturdays we just stay home and try to get the paper work right.
   We can't take any overnight trips 'cause we can't see to drive at night.
 
   Restroom confusion keeps us out of church on Sunday and we really do hate that.
   There's nothing wrong with the restrooms, we just can't remember where they're at.
 
   We don't need to plan next week, just make sure we can drive.
   And not forget where the hospitals and clinics are. We'll need them to survive.
 
   So, don't build your castles too high, my friend, while strolling through the clover.
   This is a typical week in retirement and on Monday we start all over!

 

   
  
Teri@BoulterProperties.com