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On 06/04/07, Jack Palmer wrote:

>    I've given some thought to why I am so busy after retirement and I
> think there are several reasons. 1. I approach our projects
> differently. Since I have very day to work on it, I don't make the big
> effort every day. Time out to watch TV, to read a book, a slow meal
> instead of hurried, etc. 2. I end up adding to a project either by
> making it fancier than originally planned, or adding little extras to
> it. 3. I became lazier as I turned 80 and realized I was never going
> to get it all done anyway. In my case I also undertook an additional
> long-term project that I had never even thought of before retirement.
> 15 years researching and writing a book! Jack

Parkinson's Law: "Work expands to fill the time available for
completion."

Regards
-- 
Don Cox
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