Thanks Bruce. You can count on not typical from me. I would not know how to do typical if I wanted.Thank-you Russ for an incredible read. Life changing events can alter your perspective and priorities. I too went through a life changing event about 4yr. ago that shifted my compass of what was important to me. Too many times I had been trying to fit in and please everyone else, stroking my ego.
Congrats on the retirement. It is well deserved and we look forward to many more "not typical WBF posts"!
At 70, I have been around the romance block a few times and understand the difference between infatuation and love and hopefully some day growing love over the decades like I have with my kids and emerging with my grand kids. All I know is that I have immensely enjoyed speaking to this woman and the feelings that talking to her without meeting her have generated. If it goes no where, and that is what my historic odds predict, then my final approach to retirement and critical initial shaping of life transition to my final chapter has been greatly enhanced by her and for that I will be forever appreciative, because it has been a genuine treat and plesure.OK, it sounds like you fell in love after one phone call... I sense danger. Enjoy retirement!
Ack,Very wise words Russ. I was teasing you; I believe that things can sometimes click with just one look or one call. That’s how I met my wife, on her first day in this country, right off the airport terminal. Sharing our lives with someone is a beautiful thing.
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