The view from easy street

I once had charge, as an extra duty, of an Army division's museum. For a history-minded person that was a terrifically enjoyable time.

The superintendent (lofty title) of the museum that is Lincoln's home is retiring. He lives across the street from his workplace. Every morning, he rises, strolls through the crosswalk, hangs his hat on some peg and maybe spends a little time wondering how he will occupy his day.
After 37 years with the National Park Service and three years in the military, Lusardi decided it was time "to enjoy the rest of my life," he said.

Give me a break. Hat tip to Abraham Lincoln Online.