Oh Ed you have me doing it again! Laughing so hard I have a stomach ache! I agree 100% whoever said retirement, didn't know what the word meant! I'm up every morning by 5:30 a m and it had always been my dream to sleep til noon hahahahaha. though I retired early on a disability I sure would have liked to have some of those benefits they mention, but I can't seem to find them;-)
i ain't retired, i'm just plain T-I-R-E-D. :) you have such a way with words, betcha someone will hire you to write for them if you can't think of something (and somehow, that's not possible). :) don't look at it that way--enjoy life to the fullest and have fun!
I'm shedding tears galore, LE... one minute because I'm aching with your painful day, the next, guffawing, cuz it's so wild and you tell it so well.
This is what you get for 1) having a telephone 2) having pets 3) telling your mom where you live! 4) owning a shovel 5) being such a "good sport" ???? .... and YOU want to live in the northwoods! Not with a phone, I hope... she'll call you, won't she? And you'll go, won't you? Poor Little Eddie... I really DO feel your pain. sniff sniff... katy xox.
lol man they planned your retirment for ya.....
just think one day your going to look at this day and laugh
whose knows you could be laughing right now reading these comments
this is too much
Haha!! I can really feel and appreciate this one, Ed! I have always maintained that being "a person at home" is the hardest and most demanding job - if you're a "giver!" - than toddling off to a cushy office number, to push papers round a desk all day!! But, you gotta admit, there must be some sort of endorphin chemical release in making others feel better, I reckon! Sleep well, Mr Nice Guy!! You sure do deserve it... but tomorrow, could you just....!!!!! LOL bigKissK8 xx
now i know why they call it retired because you have more to do doing nothing than you had while you were working! LOL i'd gladly trade places with you at times; but i am not old enough, darn it...enjoyed this 'un; thanks for sharing!
(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in tx., karen lynn. :D
Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader)
Well I sure know the feeling as when I was a paper carrier I got stuck 33 times out in the snow. I enjoyed this one a lot.
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
It must be snow joke for you. Invest in your own snow plough Ed.
You made any snowmen yet, or what I've heard, snow angels.
The joys of a witer wonderland. The wonder is one wonders when it will thaw.
Ed, the write was extremely well-penned and uniquely hilarious as only you can do. I loved it. However, if I may offer some advice? Get yourself a snow thrower and an answering machine. I’ve only used mine one time so far this year, and I ended up doing over four thousand feet of side-walks and two driveways around 15’ x 200’. Really saves the old back. Now, taking the dogs out might be a better task left done whenever you’re wide-awake… lol. Sorry about the nose bleed. Have a double for me… lol.