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03-Jun-05, 00:16
Well folks he finally made it after drubbing it into us for all those weeks!
It's OFFICIAL golach is now out to pasture [lol] Here's wishing him a long and happy retirement[/b]

03-Jun-05, 01:47
Congratulations to my ol pal Golach! Good luck with your new job of playing handmaiden to Mrs Golach ;) There is no rest in your future, I fear [lol]

03-Jun-05, 23:55
Congrats Golach! :D

Got any plans for your retirement?

....apart from the pub that is. ;)

04-Jun-05, 04:05
Congratulations on your transition to "Man of Leisure". If you get bored soon, c'mon over and wash my windows? LOL
Your pal, Helen

04-Jun-05, 16:13
If I remember correct - you had a timer thingy that had a count down for the retirement -- you can throw it away now - all the best on your retirement .....enjoy it

04-Jun-05, 20:10
Many thanks to all my pals, I hope to spend my new found status of being a Senior Citizen doing all the things that I never could find the time to do in the past.
And the next time we meet the first drink is on me :lol:

04-Jun-05, 23:55
Congratulations Golach sweetheart

Enjoy it - you have earned it!!!

05-Jun-05, 00:26
good luck m8, i guess your wifie can now hang up her apron from making the peice-boxes, btw, have u looked at the instructions on using the houver yet,dish-washer,cooker,iron, if not m8, practice makes perfect. :lol: enjoy your time with your family xxxxxxxxxxx

05-Jun-05, 13:37
Signs That Old Age Might Be Creeping Up On You

You like to be in crowds because they keep you from falling down.

Your favorite section of the newspaper is "25 Years Ago Today".

The parts that have arthritis are the parts where you feel best.

A big evening with your friends is sitting around comparing living wills.

Your clothes go into the overnight bag so you can fill the suitcase with your pills.

Somebody you consider an old-timer calls you an old-timer.

Your idea of a change of scenery is looking to the left or right.

Your knees buckle, but your belt won't.

Your address book has mostly names that start with Dr.

You sit in a rocking chair and can't get it going.

The pharmacist has become your new best friend.

Getting lucky means you found your car in the parking lot.

The twinkle in your eye is only a reflection from the sun on your bifocals.

It takes twice as long to look half as good.

Sorry Golach, couldn't miss the opportunity!!

05-Jun-05, 21:10
Doolally LMAO I loved it

05-Jun-05, 21:59
All best wishes on your retirement, from Holland as well, pal!!! :cool:


05-Jun-05, 23:37
Congrats Golach! And apologies for my tardiness. (Been away for a couple of days.)

And the next time we meet the first drink is on me :lol:
I think it's my round. In fact, I insist. :D

06-Jun-05, 00:21
Have a great retirement Golach, spend more time on the things that you truly want to do. My retired friends say that being retired makes no difference to the amount of free time that you have. A strange fact but possibly true, I guess it just means you need to manage your free time better than being a slave to Work's time.