Retirement Greetings Card

This retirement greetings card can be used with any blank ecard or printable card that you can find. It is sometimes hard to find a funny email card that suits you perfectly. (Sometimes they look good but the verse is weak.)

Often your email greetings just need your personal touch.

That's why I created this greeting card - so you can add your own sense of humor to the card. That way, all you have to do is find a card that looks good and finish it with my "modified" template.

There is also a funny email template in my "Funny Email" section that you might want to take a look at in case you'd sooner send that and not a card. (Click here to have a quick look at it.)

Anyway, good luck with your creation. It's always fun to spread humor around and this retirement greetings card can do just that.

Cheers,

Darry


Dear

May your retirement open the door to [ ]Jenny Craig [ ]new worlds [ ]poverty [ ]depression [ ]electric scooters [ ]fun and adventure [ ]sanity [ ]daytime TV viewing

And give you [ ]back your mind [ ]nightmares [ ]more leisure time [ ]one less boss [ ]first release in a hostage taking situation [ ]lower blood pressure [ ]a personality!

Now you'll be able to [ ]doze off any time of the day [ ]refuse to take phone calls [ ]spill coffee without worrying about it [ ]put all your paperwork in one pile if you want to [ ]take 2-hour lunches [ ]play golf whenever you want.

Just like you did when you got paid for it!


How to Transfer The Verse From This Retirement Greetings Card Template Into Your Greeting Card

(These directions are for PC users but will generally be the same for all types of computers and programs.)

Find a card that appeals to you visually on one of the many sites that offer greeting cards on the Internet. (Some suggested sites are listed below.)

Make sure you can edit words in the card. (Don't pick an "animated" one. They usually can't be altered.)

Delete the verse from the card and then return to this page and highlight the verse (above).

Right-click on the highlighted text and click "copy".

Return to the card and place the cursor where you want the verse to appear and click "paste". The text (from above) will then be transferred into your card.

Put a CAPITAL "X" in the brackets beside the words or phrases you want to use in your message.

Add your name.

Then send it or print it off.


Create Your Own Word Card

Click above to see how to make your own card from your printer.

Greeting Card Sites

Go to my "sites" page where you may be able to find a card that you can use for this verse.


And While We're Talking About Being Retired?

Are you retired or close to it? Would you like to earn extra money from a website when you retire (like I do)? Then click here and check out the best company to help you do that. Or watch the video below.

Retirement Email

Retire To A New Life

Instead of a card, what about sending someone a retirement email? If you haven't already done so, check it out. It's another alternative.

Retirement Online

This is a great place to learn more about the process of retirement and hear from real retirees on their thoughts on all things retirement.

Greeting Cards

Go to the Greeting Cards templates page and see other cards that you may want to send in the future.


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