July has given way to August.
And I realized something about the passage of time during these countdown days.
In the past, when I was counting down to the start of the school year, I did so at this half-way point with a sense of incredulity that the summer was “flying past.”
If I could have, I would have put the skids on the rapidity of the clock–delaying, at least for a little while, the start of the September school year.
This year, pre-Retirement countdown, July seems to have been fuller than in the past, with more time, and September still seems far away.
Now, I still don’t want to rush September, but I don’t want to delay it, either.
Time seems to be as it should be. All is moving well, it seems to me–at least for today.
How, if at all, has the sense of time changed in your retirement?