That is not a complaint. Relationships are far more important to me than sending old possessions to the dump.
Yesterday I had lunch with a retired attorney friend. She is thoroughly enjoying retirement by throwing herself into activities she enjoys. Cooking. Art. French. Gardening. Travel.
On the walk home, I caught sight of my house from about a block away. It is looking quite snazzy with all of the yard and siding work. And that made me think of a question left on a post two days ago.
Why not stay in the house you own, with the books you love, the weather you prefer, among the friends and family whose company you enjoy? Seems like a no-brainer. But that's just me thinking outside of the box.This morning I attended a meeting of the Salvation Army Advisory Board. There has been a large turnover in membership during the past four years. But it was good to be back with them. Probably because their work makes a difference.
Nothing this month has helped me answer the commenter's question. I enjoy my adventures in Mexico. But the question is whether it is time for me to enjoy retirement elsewhere.
Or, at least, be able to answer the question credibly.