I spent my working life in the computer software industry, mostly in and around Washington, DC. I retired in December 1998 and moved to North Carolina in January 2000. Since then, all I do is PLAY.
I PLAY with my computers,
I PLAY softball and basketball,
Update (5/2014): I have been forced to give up all sporting activity due to a lack of stamina caused by Ideopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis. I am now on continuous oxygen therapy.
I PLAY the trumpet, . . .
Soloing at the Kennedy Center
and I PLAY with my stamps and covers.
I am an active exhibitor at APS shows, and I continue to work on creating more exhibits (and hoping I live long enough to finish the job). I am also an APS-accredited philatelic judge (retired in late 2012).
And occasionally my wife Judy and I travel.
Vaduz, Liechtenstein - beneath the Palace
© Jay T. Carrigan, 2008-2015