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  • and so remember you leaving the house.

  • So then I remember us cooking together like we made hamburgers and pancakes and there's a lot of cooking going on.

  • Yeah, but I feel like I don't feel like I spent as much time with you until after the divorce.

  • Then I felt like I spent more time Where you because you came and lived there, Right?

  • But it didn't happen.

  • There can they came over.

  • But it was always It wasn't long enough to really I mean, we're able to for for a couple of days to kind of get a different vibe going, uh, that different way of doing things that we did and and for some of the holidays and some of the trips, ski trips and other things that were there that interrupted that.

  • But you can't really, essentially trying to live to two lives in the most difficult part of your life.

  • Through three teenagers have to different to different to different styles of homes parenting.

  • And it's not possible, really.

  • It za kind of a challenge.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • And then what was it like when I came to move with you?

  • It was fun.

  • Not exactly what you and Gloria bargains for was a challenge.

  • Was it?

  • Well, but, you know, we just chucked it up.

  • It was a good thing to do.

  • It was it was a It was a responsibility and a need.

  • And it was important to us because because we didn't We wanted you to do well and not not the land in a no place.

  • Thio do well, so that means stepping up to whatever, whatever they need.

  • Waas?

  • Yeah, e needed to get I wasn't doing so well with Mom e with her now.

  • There was about to be a war.

  • It was a war.

  • It was a war.

  • Yeah.

  • If it wasn't for you guys, I don't know where I would have gone.

  • I guess I would have just gone back and gone into war or something rather than a war.

  • But so be it.

  • It is just one of the steps that, you know, bumps it going along.

  • Yeah.

  • So I came here and then went back to moms, and then I came back for the last couple of years, and yeah, what do you think of the way I turned out?

  • Just like Mom?

  • I say, Hey, that z what I got for all that work thistle, I got e you guys all did well and are doing well.

  • And my my idea is that that I just I'd like to see you all do well on your own terms and surprise me, Onda.

  • While I'm not surprised that that that you're working hard doing well, you know, I will be surprised at what your choices are.

  • And there's a bunch more left.

  • Obviously, I could look at the choices I made since I was your age.

  • Andi.

  • There's a there's rafts of them.

  • I've quit more jobs and started more wacky things and think differently and learned a lot more.

  • And so, looking at the amount of years you have as you get old, if you don't stop living and you don't stop learning, it's like I tell my buddies I've got a lot of bodies now that air younger than me, they're 60 60 in their sixties.

  • Hi, Michael.

  • Young boys.

  • Um, but we have a lot of chats about what they're gonna do when they retire, because that's about retirement age.

  • We talk about what they're doing with their what they're planning to do because the kids are out of the house and how their wives air retiring.

  • And now what are you gonna dio?

  • There's a lot of challenges for people at that age, and I still laugh at him because they they do use me as a rules role model.

  • Still, even at that age, And I'm I'm laughing.

  • And I'm saying, Look, I'm not slowing down, You're not going to catch me, Okay?

  • I'm still working as hard as I was Way back, win.

  • And so I'm 10 years ahead of you and you'll never make that up.

  • That's why I tell them I do that because they need to know that this is not the time to let up the gas.

  • So think that they're over with that they can't take a long term.

  • They can't do something different.

  • They'll have thio, because when your kids around the house and you're left with you and your wife staring at each other, you've soon find lots of things to fight about and to disagree about.

  • And you don't really have any.

  • You really can neglect this whole idea of continued mo mentum in your life.

  • So I told the dentist gal the other day that I was gonna wasn't gonna fix this tooth, because because I was I wasn't feeling very good.

  • And my dad and I want to die with a brand new tooth.

  • I told her I was gonna charge my funeral on a credit card.

  • So I'm not inclined to have a big wad of cash sitting around because there's what to do.

  • And so this is just kind of the vibe that I try to give to people that I run into every day.

  • That this is, uh is not the time to be an old man or an old person.

  • You have.

  • You have some or you have however many years you've got you have no idea.

  • And you need to just keep on keeping on whatever you can manage.

  • And you want my decisions to surprise you.

  • No, I don't.

  • I don't I don't think you can not surprise me.

  • I don't think it's possible that you will.

  • You will not surprise me.

  • Why?

  • Well, c e I think you're gonna die in London.

  • No.

  • Wow.

  • What right?

  • My wife?

  • Uh huh.

and so remember you leaving the house.

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