What do you do to make a living or during the day if you are retired. If you are a student what are you studying?
I’m a lounge lizard. Okay, not a lounge lizard because (a) I don’t lounge and (b) my dry skin isn’t that bad. Yet.
As a retiree, many choices are available to me, as long as they don’t cost money. I take pictures. I write this blog. I listen to audiobooks and occasionally, read a regular book. I read other peoples’ blogs and make comments, to the degree that I have time to do that.
In the company of my better half, I watch reruns of favorite movies and TV shows. I do commentary, he ignores me.
We watch documentaries; I correct the history.
We play with the dogs. We clean while fully realizing the futility of it. We shop for groceries and chat with people at the local supermarket.
I spend an inordinate amount of time on the phone with customer disservice personnel. I “lend” (grant-in-aid) money to my granddaughter. It’s an occupational hazard.
I try to keep ahead of the dirt and I fail. I try to keep on top of the money. I fail at that too. I laugh whenever there’s anything remotely funny and Garry and I count clichés as we watch TV.
That’s life in the slow lane.
Have you ever participated in a distance walking, swimming, running, or biking event? Tell your story.
No. But Garry photographed one this summer. Does that count?
What is usually your first thought when you wake up?
How much do I hurt? Can I move?
Complete this sentence: Look out behind you, it’s a …
zombie. Or a bill collector. Probably a right-wing Republican zombie bill collector.