> BTW, I would be happier if I was getting younger, but that option will not be available for a while.
Franco, it is just a state of mind. I will hit 60 next year, and it is no big deal. I can still do all the things I want to do.
A little story. A few years ago I was sitting with my son and the kids on his high school track team. We were discussing music, life, and generally BSing. One of the kids told my son, "Joe, your dad is the coolest parent I have ever met." In a serious voice, Joe replied, "You guys need to understand something. In our family, my dad is the kid and my sister and I are the adults." One of the best compliments I ever received.