Exstension in lakenheath suffolk

Dropsalot

Private Member
#11
Happy days mate, hope retirement is good to you
Not strictly retirement, just not plastering. It’s a young uns game and the bloke I used to be isn’t the bloke in the mirror any more..........
I’ve had a good run, I’ve done work I’m proud of and some I’m not........all along I’ve tried to give value and do “the right thing”......sometimes at my own cost. There’s been blokes that have worked with/ for me that listened and and can use that knowledge to forge their own careers. I’m happy about that.
I know more than I’ve been able to use until now, so now is the time to make use of it.
 

Gibbo

Private Member
#12
Not strictly retirement, just not plastering. It’s a young uns game and the bloke I used to be isn’t the bloke in the mirror any more..........
I’ve had a good run, I’ve done work I’m proud of and some I’m not........all along I’ve tried to give value and do “the right thing”......sometimes at my own cost. There’s been blokes that have worked with/ for me that listened and and can use that knowledge to forge their own careers. I’m happy about that.
I know more than I’ve been able to use until now, so now is the time to make use of it.
Good luck mate
 

Nicm

Well-Known Member
#13
Not strictly retirement, just not plastering. It’s a young uns game and the bloke I used to be isn’t the bloke in the mirror any more..........
I’ve had a good run, I’ve done work I’m proud of and some I’m not........all along I’ve tried to give value and do “the right thing”......sometimes at my own cost. There’s been blokes that have worked with/ for me that listened and and can use that knowledge to forge their own careers. I’m happy about that.
I know more than I’ve been able to use until now, so now is the time to make use of it.
Best of luck,it’s the trades loss.
 

Dropsalot

Private Member
#18
Definitely sounds like a good time to pass on the batten.
The very best of luck with your new journey.
Thanks, I’ve one more job promised for a mate and then I’ll be washing the bucket for the last time ( unless I get the “dad,.......could you just” phone call).
 
#19
Thanks, I’ve one more job promised for a mate and then I’ll be washing the bucket for the last time ( unless I get the “dad,.......could you just” phone call).
aah dads.... mine is always a phone call away and long suffering too.

All the best Sir Dropsalot! One of the forums finest :tanguero:
 

carys

Active Member
#21
Not strictly retirement, just not plastering. It’s a young uns game and the bloke I used to be isn’t the bloke in the mirror any more..........
I’ve had a good run, I’ve done work I’m proud of and some I’m not........all along I’ve tried to give value and do “the right thing”......sometimes at my own cost. There’s been blokes that have worked with/ for me that listened and and can use that knowledge to forge their own careers. I’m happy about that.
I know more than I’ve been able to use until now, so now is the time to make use of it.
Your rhight m8 it a young man game I've had enough to and I'm only 43 lol I've got a nother 10 years to go 53 paid mortgage and got a nother property to rent like holiday home not wishing my life away I'm looking forward so I can switch my phone off and do things in my own time not wishing my life away life to short. Best o health and happiness in your retirement.
 

Lodan

Private Member
#22
Will be 53 for me too that's when the wife's pension kicks in and mortgages gone....another 20 years though:vomito: