On this mellow quite Sunday morn ( gotta love SUNDAY---FUN DAY ) -- all i have to say is ------ " MY HEART IS IN HAVANA---nana --nana -nana "!!!!!!!!!!

Every day is SUNDAY when you retire -- smart -- with a Classic Antique CADILAC

They are one of the easier cars to keep for the long haul in my own opinion
The joy this car brings me is very close to that of ----an illegal substance ---PMSL !!!!!!!!!


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Since we are into musings.... since I retired on Jan 1, 2015 at the ripe old age of 50, I pick at my wife and tell her that every day feels like a Saturday... a working Saturday that is. It means that I can stop and go do something else as I please. And... speaking of the Classic Cadillacs, might have to pull the 64 CDV out of the stable this afternoon and take the pooches for a cruise. Then it is back to my Working Saturday! LOL

I retired 6 weeks ago and I've worked harder in those 6 weeks than ever before.

This is the latest one, (1960 Ford Falcon)now all done and dusted and ready for a new home. It still needs a bit of a clean here and there, but no more than a 4 to 5 hour quick wipe over. OH, I have fixed the rear venetian that wasn't sitting in the rubber correctly too, just didn't see it until id done the pics.    DOH.... :-(

I've also done a very fast revamp on my old van (1988 Ford Falcon) I used for the lawn mowing gig. Bought it for $500 seven and half years ago. Should be good for another 7 years with any luck. 


Very best on your new car selling adventures

There sure is a Big ajustment period when you first retire but after a while you should have a lot of your own time to do what and when you like
Good to have a side income always coming in
Looks to me the new adventure is just that - doing what you like
Enjoy the time not everyone makes it to retirement age
Both you and i have been our own bosses that allows us to have more control over how we spend our time always
That in itself allows a lot of personnal flexability regarding how you spend your lifes time
Leasure time is a gift from the gods




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