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    I'm over 50....almost 70 to be exact! But I prefer to think of myself as two awesome 35 year olds wrapped up in one awesome package! LOL

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    hey look at me im 69 and i still think very young. the body might show it but im still as ornery as ever lol

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    my you have a great idea..all wrapped into one sounds good to me lolim retired from nursing and wanted to find some senior friends.. looks like i came to the right place

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    Quote Originally Posted by lady cop
    bollocks...Carla is not only wise, but smart and kind and caring and talented as hell. you should see the fantastic little movie she just made for me! Carla is a great lady who is also beautiful and does wonderful work for alzheimers patients.
    Language please. Its the company you keep these days

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    Im rushing headlong to the big 50. No point in slowing down my brakes dont work

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    Know this is an old thread (Ha ha ha) but I've fond it interesting....another 14 months full time at work and then I'll be retired...might do part time where I work.....not sure. I feel it would be better to ease into retirement rather than waking up one morning and that's it NO WORK. Let me know how you retired folk coped.

    I have lots of interests to fill my time but it IS a bit scary as it gets nearer.

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    Re: Senior Service Over 50s

    Quote Originally Posted by Bez
    Know this is an old thread (Ha ha ha) but I've fond it interesting....another 14 months full time at work and then I'll be retired...might do part time where I work.....not sure. I feel it would be better to ease into retirement rather than waking up one morning and that's it NO WORK. Let me know how you retired folk coped.

    I have lots of interests to fill my time but it IS a bit scary as it gets nearer.

    Bez
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    I retired at 58 (13 years ago). I started training at age 45 by leaving work and going to the movies in the middle of the week, and then by not working on Mondays and Fridays.

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    I'm not OVER 50, just 50. Wow, I feel like such a kid!

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    I just turned 51..............wait a minute, I'm dislexic, I'm 15.....................no, I'm 51.

    Am I wiser, sure I am.

    You are always young inside, and I don't really look my age, so I don't feel too bad about it. I had a hoot going back to school today in my bright green capris and shirt, and putting the younger girls to shame.

    Rats, that shows I haven't gotten any wiser at all..........................

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