I'm planning to move to a retirement community in Florida. I checked the rules and my daughter is allowed to live there. However, am I being fair? I'm sure there are younger people in the outlying areas but I'm not sure how she would meet them, hopefully through whatever job she takes. I'm also concerned about the quality of friends she could make there. There is a lot of drug use in this area but, then, isn't that true of most areas? I know that if she has friends come with stereos blasting, there will be problems but I don't think there's much they can do about someone visiting her as long as they were quiet and respectful. I'm not sure if she can participate in the activities that are there but I'm hoping she can if she wants to. Oddly, she does like older people so I'm not that concerned about her totally not fitting in. Every decision I've made since I adopted her has been with her best interests in the forefront. I do have other options but I really like this community and what it has to offer for me. This time, I am putting me first but is that really fair since I know she still needs more time to grow up?