My wife was on vacation all last week, but she's back at work this week. Time for me to take a break. I'm still looking forward, however, to when she will finally hang up her work clothes and enter the wonderful world of retirement. Can she now? Of course. She has a birthday next month and will hit the mid 70s. When people ask me why she still works, I say, "Simply to get away from me." She did say last Friday, though, after a week off from work, "I could get used to this." We'll take her next vacation together. In July, we'll be heading to Pennsylvania just to get away for a few days. We both are looking forward to that. But right now, I'm taking a break from being kept busy by her being home.
Oh. I got my certificate of completion last week when my eight week balancing workshop, A Matter of Balance sponsored by the Southern Maine Area Agency on Aging, ended. I feel it was a successful workshop as I did learn some balancing tricks and met some super people. I also learned of various ways of getting up if I do fall again. Any senior who has any balancing or falling difficulties should attend the workshop . The SMAAA holds that workshop as well as many others to assist seniors in different locations throughout Cumberland and York Counties. Their main office is on Route One north of Oak Hill in Scarborough where you can get all the information and locations near you.
Enjoy your week.