Our new retired lives together are settling into a sort of routine.
We get up a dawn. I have my coffee and watch the early news and the weather. We got rid of the satellite television awhile back, but I missed watching the news and M missed the Quacker Factory and the Ladies clothing shows. So we got it back, but in a reduced mode. We had a recorder and three receivers before. Now we just have a receiver in the living room. Much less expensive and with just the two of us living here, much more logical.
Then I go for a walk with the dogs. Not far, just to get the day started.
Sometime before noon, we go into town. We go to the Thrift shops to plunder, or to the grocery stores, or sometimes we just go to the park in town and walk by the river.
Usually we have lunch in town, and we have been trying some new places we haven't been to before.
We come home in the early afternoon. She works on her garden and I work on some project or other around the house. Then we rest til about six, and go to the lake to walk on the really nice hiking path the state just built there. It's quiet by then, and it's a nice end to the day.
We go home, have supper, and I do the final chores like feeding the animals and getting everything secure for the night. She watches television for awhile, and I read or listen to the radio.
That's pretty much it, these days. Not bad. Not very exciting, though.