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November 13, 2008

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retiredhubbie

What about your one hour massage each day for your loving and adoring husband?

Sylvia B

Oh Syd, now you're really putting the pressure on. As much as I know that if I don't have something that feels "work-like" ... meaning somehow productive ... I want to hold off on facing that to-do list. Maybe you're setting a good example for me; give it 8 months. Right now, barely a month into retirement I'm mostly feeling overwhelmed and truly resistant to taking anything on. Mind you, I've had to replace a car that decided to finally "die", a furnace that thought stopping just on the day of our first major snowfall, and having a kitchen cupboard literally fall off the wall ... all in the past 48 hours. I like the 1-hour a day idea though and might ease into that.

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