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Re: now retirement


Maybe so Ceres, but at 20 years in the future it's merely a distant
dream. The good news is I'll have my house paid for in 2 years and 9
months so I plan on being fiscally responsible in the meantime. The way
those goniffs in DC operate, I'm not counting on Social Security to be
there.

oooh better not get on that soapbox!!
:-)

I'm whupped from pulling every weed in Kaufman County (seems like) so I'll sign off for the evening!

Have a great week y'all and God bless!

Pam

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Cersgarden@aol.com
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Sun, 13 Apr 2003 22:00:42 EDT

>Theresa & Pam, it is so easy to know what you would do with retirement when 
>retirement is not an option.  I missed a previous 'early retirement' by half 
>a point.  I was so disappointed and was certain it would never be offered 
>again.  But when it was offered again and I qualified, it was the biggest 
>decision I've ever made.  We had about a month to sign off and Deere had 
>financial experts to work with us to evaluate our monetary position  to help 
>us make good decisions.  Even then I signed off the last day after my regular 
>work hours.  As I stated earlier, I have never regretted it.  My life is so 
>full but one of the things I have had to work at, is to say 'no'.  Our lives 
>have always been very much involved with our community and church and that 
>has increased.
>    Cathy, I did not think I was stressed in my position but I don't have 
>daily head aches any more.
>    Ceres
>
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Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A



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