My husband and I have alot of plans since he retired last year. He likes to hunt and golf and I like to teach and surf the internet and we plan to travel, while we are still young. I've thought about going to medical school if I ever get bored, because I'd like to work with research, and the internet makes it so easy to do. <img src="/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />
Re: My Second Career#234444 03/16/0601:21 AM03/16/0601:21 AM
I know what you both mean. The internet has reshaped alot of earlier plans. Fortunately, I've been able to finally merge all my avocations into a great retirement career of writing and enjoying various aspects of the arts. Only now are they beginning to pay off.
I love the outdoors and go with my husband when I can, but the only thing I really care to shoot is my camera. <img src="/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" /> I don't much care about golf (unless it's miniature) but then again, I don't think he likes it as much as he used to! <img src="/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />
I would like to do more with art and photography on the computer, though. So, that might start happening.
Re: My Second Career#234446 03/16/0611:10 PM03/16/0611:10 PM
It's springtime! Anyone interested in getting their avocations off the shelf? Sailing? Fishing? Woodworking? Working with children? It's amazing how many people have taken an avocation into a full time second career.