Thursday, February 11, 2010


As of today .......I am Retired !!!!!

I sold my business today to a very good friend of mine ,Michelle .
For those that didn't know what I did part time . I had a vending business for 12 years . This is a business I started from ground up (basically all that means is I really didn't know what I was doing !!HAHA!!) and learned very fast . I started by buying an existing route with 30 units and grew from there . Every year I would buy a few machines . Slowly building up till I had machines in 4 different cities around my home . Vending is a very good business for part time work . I worked my routes alone for years till my husband retired and felt that he HAD to come with me for Protection HAHA!! Yea,guess he's right :))
These are some pictures of what the machines that I had looked like .

I really enjoyed my work and will miss it some what but it's time to move on .......

I said I am retired but ....I am only 58 . So I may not be REALLY retired .
Who knows I just may find something else to do .


vgautreaux said...

Congratulations!! Enjoy your retirement!

Zoey said...

How exciting--Congratulations!

Now you will have more time to quilt.

Colleen's Blog Long Island NY said...

Congratulations. Now you will wonder how you ever got everything done while you were working. LOL

Mary said...

Congratulations!!! Enjoy!!
Mary in AZ

QuiltSue said...

Congratulations on your "retirement". I will say that I have retired 3 times now. Once at 53, when I took early retirement (UK retirement age is 60 for women and 65 for men) when we moved up north, then I got bored and did a part-time job for several years, retired again and then my friend opened a quilt shop, so there I was working again! We've closed the shop now, so I'm retired again in theory.

jenclair said...

I love retirement, and I find that there is never enough time to do all that I want. Quilting, gardening, reading, yoga, grandkids, movies...loads of good stuff to keep one busy! Oh, and blogging, of course. Thanks for stopping by!

Piecefulafternoon said...

Happy retirement - no matter what you decide to do now.