They’ve kicked balls, skipped ropes, gone to school, fallen in love. They’ve married, or not. Raised kids or not. Had careers. Homes. Friends. Fought in wars or lived through them. Watched technology rise up around them. They’ve had losses and joys, struggles and wins. They’ve laughed and they’ve cried. They've learnt lessons and taught others. They’ve lived full lives and served their time. But now nothing presses. No more jobs to go to or children to feed. Nowhere to be in a rush. They wait. Passing their time in the company of new friends. And the world goes on outside.