It's not Warren's fault your kid wants to be a ski bum. You're the one who took them to see all the Warren Miller films.
The key to aging gracefully (and graciously) is to do everything for the fun of it, never mind the score.
Warren Miller vowed early on never to hold down a real job. So he picked up a movie camera and spent 175 days a year on the road, introducing America to this strange, exotic sport of skiing, helping to invent action-sports filmmaking along the way. Here’s an excerpt from his autobiography, "Freedom Found."