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"There’s life…and then…there’s life after retirement. And for this retired guy, that means it’s all about his dogs, his memories (or lack thereof) and his life in his cabin in the woods. 

Welcome to the second humorous essay collection by Everett Kunzelman. 

This is a continuation of the story of two dogs and a man out in the woods of Brown County, Indiana. It’s the murmurings of one retired guy about his life with the Golden Doodles he loves beyond words and their journey together. In addition, it’s full of memories, a life re-examined from childhood to the current Covid-19 world in which we all find ourselves. 

So, onto more random stories and disorder.... 

 ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

After a brief editing “career” of a few months at a magazine experiencing financial woes, the relatively new college graduate sought out a temporary job to hold him over until his writing career could be reestablished. About 45 years later, after rewarding experiences within the life insurance risk selection profession, the writing effort recommenced with this first effort at a book. Yes, there are articles out there by the author on diabetes, renal failure, and other matters dealing with risk selection, but those were more a part of the professional participation. While the career sparked shareable events, there is so much more. 

After retiring from the life insurance industry, there came the few years of adding to the life well-lived and creating so much material for sharing beyond what might be construed as “work”. This is the time dedicated to his dogs, his family, his many friends, and to a better world, a better life.

©2020 Everett Kunzelman (P)2020 Everett Kunzelman

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