[Healeys] 100-6 part 2

Len and/or Marge Hartnett thehartnetts at earthlink.net
Thu Mar 31 14:49:58 MDT 2016

For those of you nearing retirement who expect to spend more time on their Healey projects, don’t put any money on that bet. 

After I retired, with a project in progress, the family calendar filled up rapidly with “honey-do” needs (Honey, will you….), “administrative” (paper work that seemed come out of nowhere - maybe the significant other was doing it before?), and numerous things that you did not have time for while you were working.

Unless you treat your project as a ‘job’, 8-5?, away from the house, I predict that it will sit there just as it has for the past few years. Until, that is, it becomes a nuisance: she can’t get the lawn mower past it, it’s in the way, “are you ever going to get that thing done”, “you need more money for WHAT?”, you are getting older and losing interest or physical ability, etc., etc. You may just decide to pass it on to someone else to complete and concentrate on the one you are driving. I did.  :-(

(The Other) Len
Fairfield, CA, USA
1967 AH 3000 MkIII, HBJ8L39031


  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Michael MacLean 
  To: WILLIAM B LAWRENCE ; i erbs 
  Cc: healeys at autox.team.net 
  Sent: Wednesday, March 30, 2016 11:08 PM
  Subject: Re: [Healeys] 100-6 part 2

  I retire at the end of November.  The BN2 will get lots of attention then.
  Mike MacLean
  Not quite talking to myself yet.

  On Wednesday, March 30, 2016 7:55 PM, WILLIAM B LAWRENCE <YNOTINK at msn.com> wrote:

    I'm about 90 days from retirement and just about anything that can go wrong at work is. Driving home a few days ago my wife asked me if I realized I was talking to myself. I just don't need it anymore.


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