My little golfing buddy for most of his life was kind of like Mickey Rooney, he just bought a marriage license but never filled it out, because he didn't stay married long enough for the ink to get dry. Then late in life, married a gal he went to school with, and it was the one for him. They both draw retirement, but he lucked into a deal where the two of them run a senior mobile home park, both draw a salary, and live virtually free at the park. They've been there six years, and can stay there as long as they are able to run the park. His son in law gave them a nice Chevrolet truck, and a travel trailer. One day the travel trailer burned down at the place it was stored. He got enough money out of the insurance to buy an even better trailer. Then his brother in law stumbled into his childhood sweetheart one day, and got married within two weeks.. The brother in law and his bride sold out in this hot housing market, and bought a fifth wheel trailer and a dually, and decided to travel the U.S. extensively until they find a place they want to live. Since the brother in law had a nice 2015 crew cab, LTZ four wheel drive pickup, it only made sense to him since he wouldn't be using it, to give it to my golfing buddy. The only monthly outlay my buddy had was for a little pickup truck he had bought, and was making payments on, he went to two dealers to try and sell it, the second one he went to bought it, and he actually got more money than he owed for it. Now he is living totally debt free. One time he called me up, and said he was on his way back from Prim Nevada where he had just won $8800. He said when he hit that jackpot, he gave the gal who had been keeping him in drinks a hundred dollar bill, cashed out and headed home. I'm neither jealous nor envious of my golfing buddy, he's always been generous to me, and continues to be. He's a little guy, but his heart is as big as anyone's.