I don’t have the money for investments. I will probably work the rest if my life, and I am okay with that.
My kids will have a comfortable start in life. The wife and I will ensure that happens.
I was talking to Kevin today about money and the possibilities of retirement. And he looked at me and said this:
Even if we don’t have money to invest, we have invested in each other. Friendship is an investment. We make each other’s lives easier and more fun.
And that goes back to people. Relationships. That’s what makes the world go round.
Also, to borrow from one of the great bards of my youth, it’s not what you got; it’s what you give.
It has been a productive day. It has been almost a happy day. Many people made me smile. It was a weird day. For me anyway.
That’s it. That’s the post.