Category Archives: Retirement

It’s never too late

Helen was an instant hit at our writer’s conference.  She’s the kind of woman you want as a mother, grandmother, or friend. Photo by Laura Boggess Her story was of loss – and resilence. She was married for 65 years … Continue reading

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Is retirement an option for the Christian?

What are you working for? Do you look forward to the day when you take advantage of 4 P.M. early bird menus, who-cares-when schedules and golfing at noon? Or do you have plans – big plans for God. “My husband has … Continue reading

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Till death do us part: Is retirement an option anymore?

Waldo McBurney, who at one time was named “America’s oldest worker,” died last week. He was 106. Just two years ago he was still “spry and agile,” walking the few blocks from his home to his downtown office in High … Continue reading

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