Posted 1/15/2020 9:10 AM (GMT -6)
Great news once again Brother! I like how you posted ... " 4) PSA undetectable once again." Not much anxiety there as usual. Also great that it was a Doctor visit instead of the P.A. I like P.A.s but last year my Doctor committed to see me each and every time.I think that is paramount of importance. I wish I could find a "life Transition Manger for retirement, as mine is coming up at the end of this year hopefully.
I would concur with the 4 month interval to the next PSA, that's what I am on now. My Onc Doc had suggested possible 6 month intervals, but last month we agreed to the 4 month intervals.. just like you said to watch and keep the C in check.
Early Disability retirement?. Yes go for it man.You definitely qualify. No sense working yourself " to the bone" sort of speak! (to use a substitute for the other word) I made a feeble attempt to see if I could have a statement from the Doc, but he said I was healthier than most men my age! Especially since mine is a desk job all day. Beside I still have a huge mortgage payment to make every month.
But in all seriousness there is nothing more we really need than our good health , and retiring has got to help that out quite a bit. Especially in the type of work hat you do.
Our friend Timothy said "Do not set your hopes on the uncertainty of riches, but on the One, who richly provides us with everything to enjoy.
Take care my Brother -on the same path indeed!!
Wings aka Dan in So Cal
P.S. Tough loss for your Seahawks, they showed some grit tough! Next year!