I figure 60 per cent. I'm aging in place in my own home after some consideration of assisted living in VA facility with Spouse. Finances are not great but not too bad; I take in three boarders, completely unforeseen by me prior to 2009. Spouse's health declines, especially the incontinence, and the inevitability of it all depresses.
My Mom passed in 2015, my sibs live far away, my Youngest child is the closest and visits app. 1x monthly. :) On a more intimate note, I looked forward to be a. reading more and b. watching more TV than in the years where I did hardly any of either and now I get to. That's sunnier news! I did not foresee using the computer as much as I do, for both work and pleasure, and I did not foresee loving arting and crafting.
Our ages and Spouse's VA connection supplies so much, such as ramps, grab bars, a new refrigerator replacing a 17 year old one, new microwave, weatherproofing, walkers, a scooter for him plus hitch placed onto the car for greater mobility, and a caregiver to give 9 hours weekly relief. I am grateful for these things and general good health for age 67.