I've been retired since 94. To me retirement is putting off to tomorrow what you can do today. I also work more since being retired than I did when in the military. Wife worked, so I had the pleasure of both the inside, the outside, the youngest and the windows...
But now, the wife is retired, the inside is less, the outside is the same, the youngest is married and the windows have been put off till next quarter.
That is retirement.
Life is like a PB&J sandwich. The older you get, the moldery and crustier you get.
Now, get off my grass!