Main worry is about the future health of all the grandkids, nothing is as important as that. Then, next... If, as looks likely, we are in for 'quantitative easing', how can I best protect my assets so that the kids/grandkids will still have something useful left.
After watching a friends 19 year old son under go 6 operations in one week, losing over 50% of his bowel in the process,nearly dying,he's now lost over 30% of his body weight because he can no longer eat, 3 months later he is still waiting for the wound to heal.
He will still have to wait another 6 months before they can see ifs it possible to repair the damage, all because a doctor wouldn't take his stomach pain seriously.
Last year another close friend lost her 21 year old daughter very suddenly and she is still waiting for the inquest to take place.
Any problems I might have just don't seem to matter when I look at them.
Just need to read posts above. Without good health, all else becomes meaningless. Jobs, money and even Sainsburys ;-) are all important, but health relates to pure survival, without a job or the money we have become accustomed too, we would still survive, allbeit in manner to which we may not be accustomed, but we would still be here to live, laugh, cry etc. For me simply good health, the rest is all a bonus.