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IT'S A HARD JOB BEING RETIRED

Thursday, June 13, 2013


1) Life on The Point of Gateway--Mac, Carl, Irene and Sue enjoying the afternoon with talk and sun not to forget the million dollar+ homes in the background

2) In spite of what you may have heard we do get dark clouds in Fort Lauderdale-- June starts our rainy season and usually around 4 PM the clouds come in--and when was the last time you saw a yellow blimp?

3) Most people know that I love the Gateway theatre. They have been open for over 50 years and this is where "Where The Boys Are" made its debut. Since then it has been remodeled and turned into 4 auditoriums. They show all genres of pictures including 'Art', Gay, action, documentaries, specials and you name it films! In the lobby is a board where movie goers can put up their opinions--good or bad--about pictures playing there, which are always fun to read. Take a look: http://thegatewaytheatre.com/

4) Looking out the east window from my computer table

5,6 7) Hollywood, Florida--5 is looking down Hollywood Boulevard--the other 2 are pictures of a playground in the missle of the city adding color and fun

Playgrounds, movies, blimps, sitting on The Point--life isn't easy folks! :O)

Oh yes--I have Allen's car this week so off I go!
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  • v PDQ1203
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    1165 days ago
  • v TENNISJIM
    Awesome!
    1167 days ago
  • v NANA2PRINCESSES
    Just starting the retirement journey. Finding myself busier than I want to be right now. Sounds like you are having a great time!
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    1167 days ago
  • v BECKYSFRIEND
    Retirement-rough but it has to be done! Sounds like you enjoy every minute.
    You worked hard and earned this great time in your life. emoticon
    1167 days ago
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