The Retired Husband
I use to have a little blog called The Retired Husband. I retired from a customer service stint at Microsoft for a career selling-online long before I reached 65.
When hubby retired a decade later I expected everything to remain the same other than hubby searching for some new hobby as I had done years earlier.
Boy! was I wrong. I had a sweet little niche at home, working alone 10-12 hours a day. I could eat when I wanted, clean when I wanted and go shopping when I wanted. My schedule fit my needs.
It didn’t take long to figure out that hubby’s new hobby was to change and rearrange my Schedule–not his own.
The Retired Husband still lives in Google-land but has fallen into disrepair since my illness and hospitalization with COPD. Once I became ill, I had little time to keep up with all of hubby’s antics and still document my own mishaps. I bet he’s glad I don’t do that anymore!
Well, look out hubby!
Since I have many of my thoughts compressed into this little office called a blog, I was thinking I might revive a few of the funnier antics of hubby. He pretends he’s a Big, Cowboy type, wearing western boots, slicked back hair and western shirts. But, let me tell you! That man can be funny!
The Retired husband is moving back into this blog! If you want to get acquainted with hubby… mosey on over to The Retired Husband, then come back here for his latest escapades.
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