Monday, April 14, 2014

Slackerville Revisited

Our good friend Paul once talked about how he succumbed to Slackerville, that inability to get motivated when living on a boat. We're here in Hatchet Bay, Eleuthera for a few days waiting out weather so we can head to Nassau to pick up our friend and I admit, Paul, I have sunk deep into Slackerville. I find myself quite content to read, knit, cook, and just sit for hours on end looking at the water. One of these days I might find some motivation to get busy with a boat project...


...or not...


6 comments:

John Frederick said...

I'm ready to retire and join the slackerville club. Nothing wrong with it Deb, enjoy!

Robert Salnick said...

Congratulations! You have achieved enlightenment!

Brilliant Star said...

Qué hermoso no hacer nada y descansar después!

[How beautiful it is to do nothing, and then to rest afterward!]

Latitude 43 said...

LOL Enjoy your time there.

randy cox said...

Looks like you had a great time vacation. Post retirement life has to be secure. Only a professional retirement planner can give you a better idea of planning a secure life.

Rharriscpa said...

This is what it's all about, enjoy, don't feel guilty. You will do what you need to. My definition of retirement is doing what YOU want to do when YOU want to do it.