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    Re: My Case For Retiring Early 50's/60's

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    Chonsi ! Where have you been ? It's such a pleasure to see you posting again. I hope you are well.
    Hi Snowfire. I have been busy teaching and doing lots of fun stuff like usual, lots of music and martial arts things. I hope you are doing well too.

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    Re: My Case For Retiring Early 50's/60's

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    Happy Birthday: guitarist

    You have made time for a wonderful time. Your thread has many reflecting back to others retiring & themselves and we can only dream of all your adventures / travels and enjoyment. you've been fortunate.

    I so agree with your decision to retire early & enjoy with the cut in funds for doing so.
    I am retired - Hubby & I vacation yearly in Hawaii - take many road trips and it's all a adventure - some planned - some at a whim. Yes, I'm being punished for retiring early as far as funds - I don't regret my decision. (58 yrs. old)

    I have always enjoyed your threads on traveling - I asked you about the hours on the plane - it's tough - not sure if I can fly a straight 12 - 13 hours again.

    My hubby sum what gave up golf - shame - always a round score of 68 - 73. he still tries. Many health issues - medical retirement (64 yrs. old).
    He was such a good golfer he was qualifying for the Senior Tour.

    So - enjoy life while you can - Lon I so agree with you - don't wait.
    My Dad retired & six months later died of a heart attack.

    If you can retire & retire & still maintain then do it

    Patsy

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