Meet Charles Leuzzi, the 97-year-old who’s done way more with his life than you.
The Philadelphia man was so busy living life he never got round to graduating from high school.
Charles had to drop out in his junior year to help support his family by getting a job.
Then he got drafted to go fight in World War II.
He told 6 ABC: ‘My father was only making $12 a dollar, and we couldn’t live with that, so I took the job. Then I got drafted and had to go to war.’
By the time he got back, it was all too late to continue a high school education.
But over the weekend, his family surprised him by making him an honorary graduate — complete with certificate from his old high school.
They presented to him and threw a party because some times good things do happen in the world.
Charles said: ‘This is good — I’ve finally done it. I had to wait a long time for it, but I got it!’
Asked if college is on the cards next, he added: ‘Yeah, I might as well go, I’ve got nothing else to do.’
His daughter, Beverly Pintarelli said: ‘It meant everything, especially when he saw all his friends. Just living to be 97 is a blessing. We’re happy we made him happy with a lifelong dream.’
Keep living the dream, Charles.