There are many different greetings that you may find useful
when sending your best wishes to someone who is retiring. There are
poems, quotes, sayings, verses, etc. Finding something that speaks for
you what you are hoping retirement will be like for this person is a
great way to share your wishes.
are a very nice way to share the joys of retirement. If you are having
trouble finding one that is about retirement, why not find something
that is geared more towards starting a new journey in one’s life. Here
are a few examples of different types of poems that would be
very nice for a card or gift.
praise the Frenchman, his remark was shrewd,
sweet, how passing sweet is solitude!
grant me still a friend in my retreat,
may whisper, Solitude is sweet.
took them away;
Tomorrow may not be –
Pearl Yeadon McGinnis
a poem like the above one, you should combined it with the quote like:
as if you'll live forever. Live as if you'll die today.”
do today is important because I am exchanging a day of my life for it."
Author Unknown, from A New Day
each day to the fullest and enjoy every moment.”
quote to enlighten the retiree to the importance of living each day as
if it were your last. We all take life for granted sometimes and at
this point in someone’s life where they are finished with all the
responsibilities of work and raising a family, this is their time to
really shine and love every moment of it.
“Retire from work,
but not from life.”
someone retires they are retiring from their work not their life. So
why not share with them some quotes about living life to the fullest.
This is the start of a new journey for them and you should share in that
excitement by sending joyful and inspirational messages to inspire them
to do the things they may have always wanted to do in the past. Some
examples of these quotes:
means no pressure, no stress, no heartache... unless you play golf.”
“Be a life long or short, it completeness
depends on what it was lived for.”
David Starr Jordan
Business in life is not to get ahead of other people, but to get ahead
we have been helpful in your search for retirement greetings. Keep in
mind that there are no rules for what type of retirement greeting
someone should send. As long as it is a happy and inspiring message, it
can be just about anything. Even something about an interest the
retiree is hoping to take up now that he or she has some time on their
hands. Be creative and you will come up with something original that no
one else will have sent.