Before reading this, please read and reply to my thread on your happiest moment. As you all know, I live in a retirement community. Today, the local paper asked residents (standard piece -- ask 6 people a question, post their picture with their answer) what was their happiest moment. All 6 residents were women. The answers truly surprised me. I expected the happiest moment to be the birth of their child or the first time their child was held. Three of the women said their wedding day. One said the day she met her husband. One the day her husband proposed. The fifth when she moved to America. So, I guess that as we age our priorities change from our children to our spouses. Or maybe these women always understood that our children leave us but our spouses are supposed to be with us for a lifetime. Maybe we have our priorities wrong? No matter the reason, I thought the answers were interesting.