I was talking to my parents, my grandparents, my great-grandparents, my niece and nephews, and even my mother-in-law.
All were born during the last two decades of the 20th century.
All had the same questions about their future: what are they going to do when the babyboomers retire?
And what are their plans for the next generation?
All have different expectations and desires.
All want to be grandparents.
They want to raise their children in the same way their grandparents did.
And they want to do that by living life as they do now.
I have a similar question for the baby boomer generation.
I am in my early 30s, but I have always felt like I am old.
My hair is gray and my skin is pale.
My skin is dark, so I look different.
I also have more skin pigmentation, which can give me a more prominent nose.
I wear glasses, which make my face look younger.
In fact, I have never had a problem finding a mate who is young enough to match my looks.
But the thing is, I am still the same age as my parents.
My grandparents, who are both in their 60s, have no idea how old I am.
My grandfather, a former Marine, is a veteran of the Gulf War, and I feel like I’m the same.
I love my mother dearly and I adore my great grandmother, who is 92.
My aunt and uncle are 85 and 82.
My brother-in and sister-in, the late Helen and Richard Haskins, are 80 and 82, respectively.
I had a chance to talk to my family a few years ago.
I got the chance to spend some time with them over coffee and cake.
I asked them what they want for their grandchildren.
My mother- in-law, who has no children, answered: I want to get a house, a house in New York City.
I want my grandkids to go to a great school and I want them to be successful in the business world.
And my great aunt-in.
sister- in. grandson, who retired a few decades ago, said: I don’t think we’re going to have kids.
They are just going to be the same old family of friends who are always together.
They know what I’ve been through and they’re still there.
The last question I asked was whether I would get married.
I felt like my mother had already answered this question.
“My grandkids are all married,” she said.
“And I’m going to get married when they are old enough.”
So, what will the baby Boomers do?
I don�t know what they are going to choose.
There is a saying in the family business: the only thing you can trust is what you know.
They have their own ideas.
They don’t want to change the world.
They would prefer to live in their own country and see what it is like.
And as long as the world is still in chaos and people still want to kill each other, they won�t care what happens to us.
I think we will stay the same, I think our children will have the same ambitions, and our grandchildren will go on to do better than us.
The same goes for me.
When I was a child, I wanted to be a writer.
When the world became dangerous and people were afraid of war, I knew I would have to do something.
So, my granddaughters will also have to go on, as will my great nieces and nephew, and my brothers-in the future.
So what I am looking for is a world that is not full of fear and war.
In my own country, there are people who want to create the conditions for peace and harmony.
I don´t want that.
I would like the world to be like what I saw in my country: peace, freedom and democracy.
And the same goes in my future.
I see no reason why I shouldn�t have my grandchildren, my sons-in -law, my friends, and family.
We should do everything possible to have a peaceful, peaceful and happy world for everyone, including those of us who are old.
This article originally appeared in Football Italiane on May 17, 2020.