I have penned the story of my life because I am now ninety-years-old and doubt I have many more years left to write. In addition, I want to “bore” my grandchildren and children. Moreover, they may learn something about me that they would be interested to know. This said, within the pages of I Did It My Way! I have presented my life’s story. What I’m most proud about are the women I chose to be my wives, and my children, the intelligence they have and the great relationship I have with them. I think I did a pretty good job with my life. At the age of eighteen, I never thought I would become a college math instructor. The things most I’m proud of are the result of having the parents I had and the work ethic they taught me. No job is more important than being a good parent. When I turned ninety-years-old, my wife Dee had a great party for me. We had a huge number of guests, some of whom came from Iowa, Minnesota, and Indiana. Even the two children of Herb Anderson, my friend and contemporary, came from Chicago. Like many individuals who have attained our age, Dee has some problems with her back and my knees are not good. But we continue to persevere. Most importantly, we enjoy each other and we enjoy life! We wish the same to you.