I couldn't finish my work in time to join my wife and our friends' kids at the food truck event, but it's better to have the business than do without.
Later, when home, we watched the first two documentaries that showed 14 British children at age seven and then later at 14, to give an idea of how they matured, and how much of what they are were visible at 7. The first was 7 Up, but I don't recall what the second was called; next is 21 Up, followed by 28, 35, 42, and 49. Assuming that the filmmaker is still working, 56 is due this year sometime. Very curious. These kids are essentially my age presently, so it's all the more fascinating, though we grew up in very different cultures.