Virtually a match, @SeaSideCpl early 60, just retired from IT.
In our 50’s, I’m a Technical Manager, with absolutely no aspirations to climb further up the managerial tree.
- And I’m a wrong un
42 and 37 both farmers
I’m almost 36 and the other half is almost 37.
I’m further educated but he has the better paying job by far
I am around for the children and aging parents. All of whom have medical issues at the moment. Some long term and some, hopefully, short term.
Myself 65 and wife is 62 . Retired 3,070 days ago . My wife was a machinist and then drafter and instructor , I was a farmer , logger , firefighter , rescue diver and then machinist .
20 & a Health Care Assistant in a NHS hospital
31 (f) and 39 (m). Procurement and Global Operations Manager respectively.
40 odd, master builder if I do say so myself
I am 37yrs and a Nurse for NHS
61 and a retired PA and used to care for mum. Hubby 53 is in Security was ex army
Late 20s couple, project management and marketing
I’m 26, married but right now I’m on here secretly lol and I work at a restaurant as a bartender/server
25 and I’m a Jockey
Early 50s. Retired state employee.
Mid 30’s, government blue collar union job
Behavioural Scientist/Forensic Psychologist. Mrs P is a “lady who lunches”. .
I’m kidding, she does everything, cooks, cleans runs the house. Without her I’d be screwed and not in a good way. I don’t know how to work the washing machine, and if I offer to cook, which I do, there’s a look of horror I can’t describe.
I’m 51 and work in social services. Hubby is 44 and a builder
Its good to see you @Rhilee I have not seen any posts from you recently, so its good to know you are still here.
Thanks Steve, I’m trying to make a bit of time to come here, missed this community!