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Old 10-14-2019, 06:12 AM   #1
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Thanks for hand holding me for 5 years!

Today is the fifth anniversary of my RE, after 35 years of 10-12 hour days in the bowels of Mother Earth. While I thought my RE was possible, I had some doubt, but not as much as DW, as she RE'd 8 months later. Thanks to Forum Members who backed up my strategy and confirmed my decisions over the past 5 years.

With God's help, we are enjoying our grandchildren, our friends, our travels, our garden, our wine and our health. It is a blessing that we are so grateful for.
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Congrats.
Nothing better than retirement. 2 years for us.
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Old 10-14-2019, 07:48 AM   #3
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Glad to hear your retirement is on track for many years of happiness. I'm on year 4 at this time and the forum has helped get me through some questions.
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Only 4 months for me and not really very early (62) but still feels sweet after 41 years in the rat race.

Still learning alot here so THANKS
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Old 10-14-2019, 09:35 AM   #5
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Congrats! Great feeling, living free of work stress. IMHO it doesn't get old, just better. We wake up in gratitude everyday. DH still consults but he enjoys it from home.
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Congratulations--isn't retirement life grand?

Finishing up year three for me. Many thanks to the guidance and advice from folks on the forum!
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Work? I vaguely recall something called that lol. Glad itís working out for you as well.
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