Randma wants to re-marry.What will you say TO HER OF YOU ARE DEAR ABBY.

Here is a Dear Abby question from a perplexed reader:
a?Dear Abby:
After almost 50 years of marriage and two years of widowhood, a wonderful man has asked me to be his wife. (Who knew it could happen at my age?)
It will be a few months before the actual ceremony, but many obstacles are presenting themselves. For instance, how to deal with an elderly parent who refuses to move from her apartment to be closer to where we will live? So far she is capable of maintaining her own small space, and I could still come to her town and help with shopping once a week, but her stubbornness is making me crazy.
On top of that, my oldest son and a couple of grandchildren seem to think it is weird that people of our age want to be together. Wonder what they would think if they knew what a wonderful, exciting and active sex life we have?
What do we owe children, grandchildren and parents at this point in our lives? Any suggestions for seniors in love?-SNOW ON THE ROOFa?
ASSIGNMENT :

What will you say to SNOW ON THE ROOF?:
START LIKE THAT PLEASE
DEAR SNOW ON THE ROOF, I THINK …………….