by Bob Pofahl
I’ve been thinking a lot about retirement lately.
Like many Baby Boomers, I’m a workaholic because I love what I do. My kids like to joke that I will retire when I die.
My father is about to turn 91 years old. When he retired at the age of 64, after working for 40 years for the gas company, retirement meant a future of puttering in the garage and playing dominoes at church.
I can’t see myself embracing retirement any time soon if that’s what’s in store for me (sorry Dad).
C.S. Lewis once said that, “You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” That’s the vision I have for my retirement.
When I finally grow-up and retire… someday… I want to be like Picacho Mountain community member Steve Jarvis.