Bloganuary 1/17/2023

Describe the happiest day of your life.

This is a hard one to answer. I have had a lot of happy days, too many to even remember all of them. But I think one of the happiest was when I was done with school. I didn’t graduate, I just left as soon as it was legal at age sixteen. I was miserable in school. Loved the learning part but hated the rest of it. I did fine without a high school diploma working in retail until I retired.

I have to say retirement has been the best time of my life!

Image by Dicky Abdurachman from Pixabay 

8 thoughts on “Bloganuary 1/17/2023

  1. I so love this, from the picture to your prose.

    My happiest moment, and this will sound frivolous capped with considerable…what an airhead…when I sold my very first story to More Magazine. It was like a won the Derby. 🙂

  2. Retirement is wonderful. My job shrank by degrees — going in fewer days, working fewer hours, and finally working from home only when a report had to be made. Finally the firm was sold. I think if I had worked 40 hours that last week, the following Monday would have been a very, very happy day. As it was, I hardly noticed. I’ve had eight years without working, and each day begins like a holiday.

      1. I am busier than ever now. It takes much of the day just to live, since I walk, exercise, tend to hands and feet, write, cook, wash dishes, and do yard work. I don’t know how I fit everything in when I worked seven days a week.

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