Sunday, September 4, 2016
Labor Day Retirement Thoughts
We had time away, I had my first extended golf outing, which wore me out, and we enjoyed a great quick round trip through the scenic southwest to Denver and back.
We have sort of honored the time honored practice of staying out of the church business after you leave, which has created a vacuum of
friendships for us so far.
We both miss the world of labor, God said it was a good thing right? I am now praying for a friend who retired once, and started a retirement business he ran daily for 12 years, and just a few months into a real and final retirement, has taken seriously ill. He would not regret never really retiring, he was not really equipped for it.
Laura is going to try the world of teacher substitution, and I am knocking on part time doors as well.
Back to labor day....is there any way our country can recreate a real middle class with well paying jobs? Can those not gifted with tech or leadership skills not find manufacturing or labor intensive work? How can we make improving our economy more than an empty campaign rhetoric? Labor made us great.