We have reached that time in our lives when the term “legacy” is more than just a word; it has significant meaning. We muse about what we want our children and grandchildren to remember. What will our community remember? Much of this is pointless, of course, because we will be easily replaced and though we can’t imagine it, replaced by very capable people. Those of us who have retired have already been exposed to this. I still enjoy having students tell me they enjoyed my classes. I could care less if they’re lying. I need to think I have made a difference in people’s lives. I need to think that is part of my legacy.