That is good advice, Nadie, thanks.
I can live with my children. All of them have invited me to do so, although my son the priest said it would require permission from the bishop for me to live in the parish rectory. At present, I prefer to maintain my own house, in part because I don't want to choose between them. A son in law owns a business similar to mine, and we plan for me to be a part of that on a limited basis. This will require physical work, but I am in excellent health and am actually looking forward to this. It will involve gardening and landscaping, something I do for fun now.
You are right about the family. My wife and I must have done something right in raising our kids. They all married Catholic spouses (except for the priest, of course!), although one was in the process of converting when he met my daughter. His parents have converted too, being disgusted with their Episcopal church's outrages, so even all the in-laws are Catholic. Now, even the most distant extended family will only be a few hours away.
As if these blessings were not enough, one of my grandchildren announced at dinner today that he wants to be a priest like his uncle, although he is discerning a call to be a monk as well.