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    Avatar photoAnonymous

    At least sometimes-

    Next four or more days plumber is tearing up concrete floor in basement so my access to miniatures and related will be diminished significantly.

    That said my reading and jewelry repair time may be increased as a result.

    Avatar photozippyfusenet

    Retirement meansa lotsa more hobby. Also house and yard getsa more better maintenance. And I cooks lotsa. Loving retirement. Missing work not. Missing some face-to-face with co-workers…but then there’s you to bandy words with, so itsa good.

    You'll shoot your eye out, kid!

    Avatar photoMcKinstry

    I retire on April 4 so I’m going to find out.

    I’m hoping much more.


    The tree of Life is self pruning.

    Avatar photoRules Junkie Jim

    Real life sucks. We’re selling the house at the minute, therefore everything has to stay “tidy”. It’s against nature!

    Wish I was retired, rich and twenty years old.

    Avatar photowillz

    I was was offered a high paid, high work load, high stress load job several years ago but chose to take semi retirement instead.  I now work twenty hours a week (no stress job) to pay for holiday and hobbies.  This way I get lots of hobby time, I can highly recommend it.  That said next week I have my builder coming in to replace bathroom, cloak room and work in kitchen.  So the decorating season is here next week and I will have less hobby room time for a few weeks.

    Sometimes life gets in the way of our hobby but it does pay dividends.

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