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CHAPTER 5


old photographs, and write on the back who they are. I discovered a family photo from 1906 with my great-grandparents; it’s wonderful to see those bearded gentlemen’s faces, those huge hats and long dresses, looking (some of them) just like me.


We are lucky to be the first generation in history which knows we’ll reach a grand old age. Our parents got to their 80s and 90s but did not expect to; we know we’re likely to. Mostly, we’ve worked hard all our lives and done reasonably well. That required wise decision-making in our younger days. Now we’re older, a few more decisions are needed. Then we can happily grow to be very old, and not have to worry about it.


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