Five weeks ago today was my last day of employment as a teacher. ( Six weeks ago today was the surgery on my broken finger.) Yesterday I talked about the fact that my injured hand has slowed me down physically. It seems that forced physical rest would provide the perfect opportunity for me to engage in mental activities. Not so. When I was preparing for retirement I told myself that I was going to take a month or two to declutter my brain and declutter my house. Well I haven’t been doing much about the house, but I have enjoyed not taxing my brain, but just doing what I want to do. For the last two or three days, I have begun to think that maybe it is about time to begin exploring my options. Stay tuned.
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