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August 13, 2010

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Linda

Hi Syd,

Yes, we do have a lot in common, including an Ann Taylor wardrobe. BTW, I am kids free by choice also.

Glad to hear you have been traveling. It is something grows on you. The more we see the world, the more travel we want to do. I have enjoyed our adventures so much and would love to share with people who have the same passion. http://picasaweb.google.com/8020Jay

When I sold my practice and my husband quit his job in California, we did not declare it as retirement. We came to China not intending to work, but when we saw interesting work, we jumped on the bandwagon. I guess we have been focused on gaining financial freedom rather than early retirement. I define financial freedom as choice of not working. I do not think in terms of pursuing "financial independence" because even if I am not dependent on any employer, I am still dependent on tenants and the markets etc. in my 40's.

You will have a good time Down Under!

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