At age 42, after drifting from one failure to another, I didn’t have much to show for my life except two wonderful children. By the time I was 45, things had changed a lot. I earned a college degree and began my first professional career as a physician assistant, twenty seven years after I graduated from high school. At age 50, my first wife and I divorced after 29 years of marriage. I remarried at age 52. At age 55, I became the father of triplets and the grandfather of my fourth and fifth grandchildren. I retired at age 62, but remain very busy working part time and helping my wife raise a very active set of ten year old triplets.