For those of us lucky enough to have seen our children grow into proud, self-sustaining entities in their own right, the focus shifts. We must be allowed a touch of selfishness and indulgence. I have lived my whole life on the basis that it would end at fifty. It seemed important to set goals that could be accomplished in that time-frame. Now that it's 'time on', I'm in a very pleasant equilibrium where there would be no pressing need for any changes if a ninety-day limit was imposed. Perhaps the only necessary change would be to bring forward my autobiography.