Well, actually, I am disabled, now, which I NEVER thought would happen to me, so early in my life, but falling through a garage ceiling in March of 2008 and ALL that followed, unfortunately, did the trick. So, I am home, working in my lovely garden, in my huge house, keeping the "home fires" burning, the best that I can. I have a love, but he is not here, yet, but he will be soon. Love is a many slendard thing, for sure. I have my pets, who keep me company, my friends, who live close by, I love nature, trees, the wind, God, life, people, church, company, all God's beauty, the landscape, the country, my house. Money is not as important to me, it is a means to an end, obviously it is a needed necessity, but I don't worship it. I've learned humility, how to be "humble" and to live on less, which, in itself, IS difficult, however, it does make you appreciate all the little things, which were missed when money was more fluid. So, the lessons learned, of late, are good for me.