I found this posted here . It really annoys me but I think this is a perception about knitting that we are stuck with so I will stop whining now.
What do you think?
How Canadians will spend their golden years
Many call the phase of their lives exciting
Most Canadian boomers disagree with Paul McCartney's song 'When I'm 64.' They say they won't be knitting by the fire and taking quiet Sunday drives. The Investors Group poll found about 61 per cent of boomers are looking at retirement as an exciting new stage in their lives.
While 58 per cent say the lack work means they'll have more time for hobbies and travel. But about 40 per cent will rely on their spouse for financial support.