I get up, let the dogs out, open the lights for the birds, hit the on button on the coffee maker and then check my blood sugar and take my meds.
After all that comes the real fun, the fun you get to have it you’re retired and really enjoying it. I climb back in bed with my coffee and my iPad. My two dogs curl up around me as I check out the morning news, read the paper, answer emails and generally spend about two hours just letting the day start slowly and peacefully.
This is just my way of letting all you workers out there know that there is a light at the end of the tunnel – assuming you have the kind of job and retirement account that allows you to have some time off before you die.
Take all the time you can. It’s wonderful.