Gardening since 1944
I completed a graduate degree in History May 2012 at age 70. Before I retired, I was the manager of an economics group in a large corporation until 1989. After that. I worked for the Census Bureau and retired permanently in 2006.
When I am not reading, I am gardening.
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Monthly Archives: April 2012
Linda, http://www.retirementdaze.com/ says “stay strong” when it comes to downsizing. Okay, here is my effort for today: I went to the Mall and bought a new pair of walking shoes. (Dianne, this doesn’t sound like you are clearing out anything). I haven’t … Continue reading
Question: What do pack rat middens and compost piles have in common? Looking through one of my closets upstairs, I discovered I have clothing I forgot I owned. Now, it’s not like I haven’t had a couple of clear-outs, because … Continue reading