Where else can I put this rant? A forum entitled "Old Age" might be appropriate, and "Personal" just is not the place. My wife and myself are now in our seventies, both retired, of course, from nursing and teaching respectively, and in moderate health. Neither of us are fully mobile, we rarely get out of our house. My wife's main interests are talking with friends and family on the telephone, mine are being with her and watching a film together on the TV. We sleep together for long periods, in the afternoon, throughout the night, and sometimes in the late morning. We cook, clean up, and generally keep ourselves clean, fed, and active as much as possible, she with aches and pains, myself with arthritis and confined to a wheel chair to move throughout the house. We are inspired by Bernie Sanders, (and Winston Churchill!), for whom their age made little impression on their endeavours. I have a chronic wound on my ankle (three years now), my wife does the dressings twice per week, and now she wants to become a wound specialist! There are none in Barbados. All I want is to see out my old age, catching up on classic novels and films and operas, and not be a burden to my wife. American politics has caught the interests of both of us - I am suggesting Trump could become another Hitler! Unlike many who post in this forum, we do not have large pensions to do anything else, we do not have a "bucket list". I suffer, for the first time in my life, from mild depression, but reading and writing on the Internet helps. Does anyone here have any further suggestions as to what we might do in our old age? Knitting, reading, gardening or any other activity (I was a great Meccano enthusiast!) seem to have no appeal. We have given up church attendance (too hypocritical and money hungry - we do not believe in tithes and offerings), but our house is open to anyone and we welcome guests, as long as they bring their own food, or pay us if they stay! Any comments, supportive or critical, will be read with interest. Many thanks to anyone who has read as far as this.