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From: Meredith Hoffman / GenerationsWeb <>
Subject: [TGF] Sunset career genealogists,Was: Re: Legal Proof or Logical Reasoning?
Date: Mon, 25 Jan 2010 21:17:20 -0500
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Add me to that list, Jacqueline. I "retired" at 62 from my second
career in time to have to have some serious major surgery. Now that
I'm fully recovered and better than ever, at 66 I just finished the BU
course and am aiming for BCG certification within the next 18 months,
as I settle into my third, "sunset" career, which it's my intention to
happily pursue right to the (hopefully still a long way off) end.
On 2010Jan24, at 5:29 PM, Jacqueline Wilson wrote:
> Larry and Karen: when I retired from my "day" job it was so I could
> start a new career. I am 60 now and figure I have another 20-30 years
> ahead of me to do what I love - providing the hands and eyes hold up
> <grin> !!!!
> On Jan 24, 2010, at 8:51 AM, LBoswell wrote:
> shame on me, but you're right.
> It's partially the expense, and trying to justify that too. Younger
> could point to it being a career move, but...
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