(Photo Details:  Pizza party awaiting guests)

Just a quick note before my in-laws arrive for a couple days–kicking things of tonight with pizza by the fire.  

I wanted to post a link to the Forbes article I was interviewed for, How Two Couples Fund Their Fun in Early Retirement.  

I enjoyed reading about the other couple, David and Sally.  Especially to get introduced to his great blog.  He pubishes many of the financial details I don’t publish here.  So for those of you for whom that is valuable, check him out:  I Retired Young, What I do and What it Costs.  I will certainly add him to my blogroll when I get a free moment after entertaining guests.

David and Sally have a 12-month, 14-country vacation on their bucket list.  Katherine Love asked me what was on my bucket list and I came up empty.  I have no bucket list.  I don’t know if that makes me boring.  But I feel like I’ve had so many great experiences in my life, I want for nothing.  I know there’s more fun on the horizon, but there’s nothing I can think of that I just have to do.  And as you know, I’m sick of traveling, so I am content, even excited, to read about a 14-country trip.  I just don’t have the energy or desire to actually go on one!  I wonder, will I even hit 14 countries over the next 30 years?

Now I’m just sounding old.  

With that I will sign off.  I’ve gotta go clean the house now.


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