It's been a long ride. After many years of being the face of the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce, Gary Molberg, has officially retired. Now, I say officially because he took a partial retirement back in October 2020.
What can I say about my friend Vicki McLean? She is a fabulous person. She really is that. I met her back in 2008 when she came in to visit me at a radio station I worked at many moons ago. She would come in and talk about Dracula. Oh and of course the Nutcracker Ball and any other great ballet they had in between.
As you get older, you do start to think about retirement. Everyone always says when you are young, make smart choices and start your retirement fund early. At the time, you're like "nah, I'll have plenty of time." The older I get the more I realize that no, you won't have plenty of time. So start early. The good news is, Amarillo is a great place to retire.
Kobe Bryant -- 17-time NBA All-Star, five-time NBA champion, two-time Olympic gold medalist, 11-time all-NBA first teamer and a surefire Hall-of-Famer -- announced this season will be his last in a poem on The Players' Tribune.
In the old days, if you were lucky, you worked until you turned 55, joined the ranks of the retired and scarred your grandkids for life by telling them about all the ears you collected during the big war.
Now, times are tough and pensions are nothing but a distant memory. So more people are working longer and retiring later, if they even retire at all. Of course, some really should consider takin