Back again, not often, but for hopefully feedback on new situations for us. I inherited from my dad. If we are smart, we can take care of our needs. I am used to having nothing extra and did not have to manage money. We had none. So this is different. My husband and I are simple folks with no desire to change our frugal lifestyle. The only item we are sure we will buy is a newer old RV for travel. All else is not yet on the radar except growing our nest egg, even slowly. I know many of you folks are financially savvy. We are going to ask our lawyer for assistance about what kind of financial advisor to appoint, but I am also asking any of you for suggestions. We dont want to be those people who finally get some money and blows it. I still will love miimalism, thrift shops, garage sales, farmers markets, bargains and the things in life money cant buy. We would like to be able to give Jumper a reasonable wedding or help buy a house for her (maybe down payment) or some college fund for Princess baby, but not so much that our kids have to care for us ever. And we dont have so much that this money is endless. We will have to still be smart or it will be gone. Who do you advise we contact...what sort of financial advisor? Things are very sad at our house. So much in so little. Dad is gone...so missed. Then as soon as we literally stepped back from Chicago into the door of our home, my husband had a sudden attack, his first, of atrial fibrilation and spent a night in the hospital and has to see a cardiologist. He is wearing a monitor now. I am going on very little sleep. I keep seeing my dad and crying. I see my husband in the hospital. More crying. I worked last night and felt more normal while I was there. I have to work a lot! Being home is bad for me. Hub does not require my care and urged me to get out of the house. I still read your stories and pray for you all and will post now and then, but sparingly. My little family supported one another and, honestly...I have to do better myself...me, I... to love them more. To not be so sensitive. To remember how well we did during a tragic time. They are worth it. I have to do my part. Thanks for all suggestions on finances or a-fibrillation. Love you all. I am still with you.