"I find I only have a couple of days a week I can sleep in without an alarm clock. I either have yoga or PT or recorder or DH wanting to go to Panera. And like so many things, it feels much more luxurious when you don't do it all the time." - arrete I'm sorry but I don't think you quite understand the concept of what it means to be retired. I unplugged and moved the alarm clock from the nite stand next to my bed long ago. When the doctor or dentist asks to make reservations for the next visit I firmly tell them nothing before 10:30 am. My usual time to wake up, naturally, is around 8:30 am. I usually go to bed around Midnight which I figure is around ~ 8 hours sleep so to my way of thinking that's about right. Art
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