Retirement Sayings

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Retirement is waking up in the morning with nothing to do and by bedtime having done only half of it.

When a man no longer works and time is no longer a matter of urgent importance, his colleagues generally present him with a watch. ~R.C. Sherriff

You've had a long working life As everyone knows You can now do nothing at all And then have a doze

It's nice to get out of the rat race, but you have to learn to get along with less cheese.-Gene Perret

When the living is easy and the payments are hard.

The worst thing is having to drink coffee on your own time.

Now you'll be able to enjoy a good brisk...sit

The time in your life when time is no longer money.

A time when you switch bosses - from the one who hired you to the one who married you. -Gene Perret

A husband is often a wife's full-time job. Ella Harris

Enjoy every day as if it is your last ... One day you will be right about it.

Your greatest frustration will be not being able to complete all the things you had planned to do that don't need to get done in the first place.

Goodbye tension, Hello pension!

A great joy if you can figure out how to spend time without spending money.

Sixty-five is the age when one acquires sufficient experience to lose one's job.

No pressure, no stress, no heartache... unless you play golf. -Gene Perret

The only thing wrong with _retirement is you never get a day off.

"After you _retire, there's only one big event left.... and I ain't ready for that." Bobby Bowden / Florida State

Earned it, Living it. Loving it

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