A Baby Boomer looks at health, finance, retirement, grown-up children and ... how time flies.
I am coming...keep the weather nice, please.
You probably wish you could stay here forever. I just wish that next time you'd take me with you.
I still remember the morning a few weeks before I enlisted in the Navy when I went to visit a friend in an aviation school in Daytona Beach. We ended up drinking all night and watching the sun rise over the Atlantic Ocean in the morning. I have seen a number of sunrises but none have matched that one. The real Florida is a state of mind.
You poor thing.Nothing to do all day except wander around the gulf shore taking photos of sun on water and boats and Peace.Poor, poor Tom.
I don't understand June's comment at all. Is there any other way to live??
Smug.You're both smug.:-p
This is the time of year to enjoy Florida. I was there for 26 months and in countdown mode the whole time. Not all of us are built for salt water and humidity. (I did my USN-R drills at Pensacola - or - with USAF at Tyndall AFB.)Cop Car
When I moved to FL in 1963, the real FL was everywhere. The economy was sunk, and nothing had changed since the war (WWII). I wouldn't recognize it today.
Visit FL at your own risk July- Sept. The "Swamp heat " (my name for the humid heat) is utterly unbearable! Had to move after 18 years of FL living.
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