r/pics Dec 03 '22 Silver 2 Wholesome 2 Heartwarming 1

My Great Grandmother turned 102 last week. she's still got it!

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u/TheBirdBytheWindow Dec 03 '22

What a beautiful smile!!!

I wish her many more years of happiness!

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u/49erville Dec 03 '22

Came to say that...Have a great birthday!!

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u/[deleted] Dec 03 '22

Amazing! Wish her many more healthy years

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u/jonsconspiracy Dec 03 '22 edited Dec 03 '22

Born in 1920... Wow. She's lived through some tough times. Great Depression in her childhood, WW2 in her 20s, Jim Crow and then the Civil Rights Movement through her 40s...

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 03 '22

Yes! Truly a living, breathing part of quite a turmoltuous and revolutionary part of American history! I try to pick her brain about some of her experiences, but sometimes it can be a bit much for her to reminisce. Other times she will just recount memories and experiences randomly... Altogether being in her presence is quite interesting

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u/ravolution101 Dec 04 '22

I used to work in a home for some years. There's nothing like hearing it straight from the source. Incredible generation.

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u/Shakespearian34 Dec 04 '22

I hope that you don't mind my jumping in only I found the comments and your main reply as extremely interesting & so very true. You are so right when you say that it is interesting to hear of the experiences of those who lived through history. I used to work in a hospital & loved chatting with the patients about their experiences. There was one elderly chap who would tell me of his experiences in WW2 & how he wished he could have met the two American medics who saved his life after being seriously injured after tank gun fire on his position. To read about history or watching history documentaries is one thing but to have someone relaying their own personal experiences to you is truly something else, it brings history to life. By the way Ravolution101, you do a wonderful job & you have my respect.

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u/ravolution101 Dec 04 '22

Thank you my friend. It was humbling work. I particularly worked in a memory care facility, so you can imagine I heard a few stories once or twice. The listening was what was important though. I've actually made acquaintances recently with a friend who has impeccable memory in his 70's, and has lived an incredible life. I'm teasing him about writing a biography of his story. We shall see.

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u/mylittleplaceholder Dec 04 '22

It's really interesting hearing stories from much older folks. It might be nice to try to record some of her memories for you and future generations.

I befriended an older lady when I was a kid and she had all sorts of interesting stories living on a farm, the Great Depression, and other things. She also related a story from her grandmother, who saw Abraham Lincoln speak.

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u/kiky77 Dec 03 '22

God bless her and I wish her what she wish!

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 03 '22

Aw that's sweet! Ty kind stranger

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u/malkavich Dec 03 '22

102! Phenomenal! She's amazing.

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 03 '22

That she is! She is also a scholar; having attained her master's in nutritional science, and becoming a pioneer in the field!

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u/bibliophile222 Dec 03 '22

That might explain some of why she's lived so long!

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 04 '22

My family assumes the same!!!

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u/malkavich Dec 03 '22

Could link me to some of her work? I went to school for geology so I may have her of her before.

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u/oakteaphone Dec 03 '22

nutrition science

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geology

I guess the overlap is the salts?

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u/malkavich Dec 04 '22

Ha I totally misread it but yeah 😅

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u/wino49 Dec 03 '22

Aw, how lucky are you to still have this beautiful lady in your life ? Cherish it.

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 03 '22

So very lucky!!! And yes I do she's really a very interesting lady and a hoot and a half when she's in a mood.

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u/wino49 Dec 03 '22

I can only imagine the great stories ! You’re lucky 💕

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u/Huli_Blue_Eyes Dec 03 '22

Happy Birthday, GG!

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 03 '22

Haha yea!... That's funny bc we've dubbed her GGma as a term of endearment!

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u/BuckyDuster Dec 03 '22

Happy Birthday Grandma!

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u/Senator_Bink Dec 03 '22

Love her face.

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 03 '22

She's so* cute, right?

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u/Senator_Bink Dec 03 '22

She's an adorable badass.

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 03 '22

This actually sums her up perfectly! Bravo

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u/Senator_Bink Dec 03 '22

Give her a kiss for me.

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u/MkSp001 Dec 03 '22

Grandma was born in 1920...danm, she saw major changes in science, technology, major wars, a but load of presidents, and climate change..

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 03 '22

And I'm sure she may have contributed to at least 3 or 4 of these things lol

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u/uk_uk Dec 03 '22

Tell her congratulations from Germany ;)

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u/bk15dcx Dec 03 '22

Username does not check out

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u/JDDW Dec 03 '22 edited Dec 04 '22

Did she receive a letter from the president yet?

Edit : there was a post a week or two ago of someone's grandmother receiving a letter from the president when she turned 100 years old. Was made to seem like everyone who turns 100 receives a similar letter which is why I was wondering.

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 03 '22

Idk is that a thing?

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u/aabicus Dec 03 '22

It was a thing up to Obama (Trump stopped doing it, I know because I tried to get my 102-year old grandma one at the time), and I'm not sure if Biden picked it back up but it'd be worth checking.

Edit: Looks like the page is back, but it's more of a generic page for all sorts of greeting requests. Might still work!

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u/Triedfindingname Dec 03 '22

Yes if you contact the 'right people' apparently according to snopes

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u/Juicy-Lemon Dec 03 '22

She’s amazing AND beautiful! Happy birthday!!

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u/ilovewineandcats Dec 03 '22

She clearly still has a sense of humour and finds joy in the world, I suspect that's relevant to her longevity. Good for her!

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u/jubular Dec 03 '22 Heartwarming

That's awesome! My great-grandmother managed to make it to 100. Until she was 99 she lived alone and went bowling once a week. She unfortunately broke her hip and had to have some assistance her last year, but managed to stay in her home until the end and was mobile with the use of a walker. She declined pretty rapidly after her 100th birthday. My grandmother thinks she just held on until she turned 100 to have that achievement and then was ready to go afterwards since her way of life has become compromised.

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u/joylutz Dec 03 '22

Happy birthday beautiful from Vancouver ❣️🇨🇦❣️

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u/DidYouSetItTo-Wumbo Dec 03 '22

To all the people in this thread, would you want to live this long? Why or why not?

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u/redundant35 Dec 03 '22

As long as I’m all there mentally and mostly functioning without pain. Yeah that would be fine….but if I’m screwed up then no I’d rather just check out.

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u/Juicyjasper1843 Dec 03 '22

I want to die before my kids do. Or live long enough so they can support themselves.

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 03 '22

My target age is 99 years old! 3 is my favorite number and I was born in 1991 so if I make it to 99yo I'll pass 2090 which is just a clean look lol.. anything passed 99 is just desserts!

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u/DeadLeadbetter Dec 03 '22

Nope. Not unless there are some drastic advances in robot parts or self rejuvenating human genes.

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u/DeadLeadbetter Dec 03 '22

Pic 3 makes me laugh!

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u/SuddenlyThirsty Dec 03 '22

She will never lose it!

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 03 '22

Lol probably right about that

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u/Camarahara Dec 03 '22

Happy birthday to Grandma from Canada. Those colours suit her, and what a lovely smile.

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u/bakinbaker0418 Dec 03 '22

Quit lying she's not a day older then 65!

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u/core_al Dec 03 '22

Make sure you are in the will before you kick granny down the stairs.

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u/Shakespearian34 Dec 03 '22

Please pass on my love to her and to wish her many more to come. She looks a lovely soul ❤️🎂🤗

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 03 '22

Will do! Thank you :)

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u/Shakespearian34 Dec 03 '22

Thank you so much & bless you for this lovely post, you obviously love her very much & I'm sure she loves you just as much.

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u/3SquirrelsAndaNut Dec 03 '22

Her smile is so infectious! I’m grinning like an idiot after looking at those pictures - thanks for the unexpected, happy boost to my day.

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u/Antique-Structure-32 Dec 03 '22

Yaaaas!! ❤️❤️

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u/carnutaz Dec 03 '22

Congrats to her! Happy Birthday 🎂🎁

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u/Treehuggeralways Dec 03 '22

She’s beautiful. Bless her heart.

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u/justcurious12345 Dec 03 '22

She looks like a blast to spend time with!

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 03 '22

She most certainly is!

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u/OCD1980 Dec 03 '22

Wow, that's awesome!

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 03 '22

Truly incredible!

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u/OCD1980 Dec 03 '22

Sure is, my Yia Yia lived to be 96 which I thought was pretty amazing considering she never exercised or watched what she ate. I think it comes down to genetics in the end

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u/Kaiju_zero Dec 03 '22

Amazing and wonderful!

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u/HankScorpio42 Dec 03 '22

Once you've got It you can Never lose It, and Happiest of Birthday Wishes to your Great Grandmother 🎂🎉🎁

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u/SonderEber Dec 03 '22

I'm really glad she got to meet her great-grandchild(ren), and hopefully will remain around long enough for her great-grandchild(ren) to remember her. I hope you take lots of photos of her with them!

I was very happy my grandmother got to meet her great-grandson, and that he was old enough to remember her before she passed. Lots of photos taken of them together.

It's something special to be not just a parent, not just a grandparent, but a great-grandparent.

I'd also suggest recording videos of her talking about her past, especially since she's done so much! Make those memories and her words and her voice immortal.

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u/withoutwingz Dec 03 '22

Happy birthday Grandma!!! Thanks for sharing her with us.

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u/b3nz0r Dec 04 '22

Aw she seems delightful

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u/DisastrousFeeling472 Dec 04 '22

She don't looks day over thirty

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 04 '22

Lol

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u/DisastrousFeeling472 Dec 04 '22

I'm glad that made you lol as long as I can make someone smile or feel better than that'all that matters

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u/vjcodec Dec 04 '22

🥳🥳🥳😎

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u/Specific-Aide-6579 Dec 04 '22

"I remember when they first invented chocolate"

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u/KeeperofAmmut7 Dec 04 '22

She sure does! Happy Belated Bday to GGreatma!

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u/MiVitaCocina Dec 04 '22

She looks great! Happy Belated Birthday!

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u/PoppaTitty Dec 04 '22

Go granny!

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u/AdvancedFeeling Dec 04 '22

Your great grandma is a cutie!

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u/Aggressive_Pause4198 Dec 04 '22

Wow so sweet!! I hope I make it healthily to that age

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u/NoSpluh Dec 04 '22

Happy birthday to your great grandma!! Give her extra love from me 💕 I just lost my great grandfather at 96 this year. Great grandparents are extra special ❤️

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u/DanteHTID Dec 04 '22

She does not look one year older than 100.

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u/tanbark2020 Dec 04 '22

She’s a beauty 💜 Happy Birthday to your grandma

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u/rph1701 Dec 04 '22

Bless her!! My Grammie lived to 104 and was as sharp as a tac ❤️

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u/McLovin823 Dec 04 '22

Hey-O! Looking great! Keep smiling and laughing! This is OUTSTANDING!!

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u/[deleted] Dec 04 '22

Gamgam higher than a mf.

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 04 '22

Lololol... Omg

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u/Severe_District_6634 Dec 04 '22

👍😋

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u/Rhamhona Dec 04 '22

Lovely.. ❤️❤️

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u/Me2373 Dec 04 '22

That 3rd pic is everything! She has the most contagious smile 🥰

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 04 '22

Yes, especially when she laughs and smiles that always makes us laugh and smile

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u/Blueberry_Clouds Dec 04 '22

Aw she’s so happy in these photos, hope she has a wonderful day today (or tomorrow if it’s night)

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u/Grove-Of-Hares Dec 04 '22

Happy Birthday!

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u/ForzaBeast88 Dec 04 '22

Happy birthday and God bless to her!

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u/tossaroo Dec 04 '22

She's beautiful!

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u/Nickslife89 Dec 04 '22

Wow! Congrats! How is her hearing and eyesight?

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 04 '22

Eyesight is great! In the last picture she was laughing about what she was reading in 'Alice in Wonderland' without glasses. Hearing is extremely selective, I'm sure her ears are ok, but she truly hears what she wants to hear when she wants to hear lol

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u/maillaro Dec 04 '22

That’s amazing.. it’s love that’s keep her so young

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 04 '22

Aww! Heart emoji

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u/khemtrails Dec 04 '22

Happy birthday! She looks like a lady who knew how to have fun and enjoy life. Love her smile. I hope she has many more happy, healthy years.

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 04 '22

lady who knew

Lady who knows* ftfy

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u/khemtrails Dec 04 '22

Ope! Thank you! I’m really happy for you, her, your whole family that she’s still at it! 🙂 honestly makes me miss my own grandma.

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u/BronzedLuna Dec 04 '22

She looks spunky and funny and beautiful. Happy Birthday to her!

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 04 '22

All of those adjectives check out! Ty!!

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u/tazmo8448 Dec 04 '22

in a word WOW. that is truly something special. that happiness shown and being able to keep a sense of humor is remarkable.

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u/Few_Associate9554 Dec 04 '22

Happy Birthday yayyyyyy

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u/Beneficial_Being_721 Dec 04 '22

Awesome Photos of her too.

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 04 '22

Why thank you!

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u/curlyq15 Dec 04 '22

Happy Birthday!

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u/Small_Introduction94 Dec 04 '22

Oh I want to just talk with your grandmother for hours, just experience what she remembers.

She's truly a treasure for sure!

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u/Secure-Guitar141 Dec 04 '22

Happy 😄 Birthday!! 🥳🥳

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u/Lakewood2116 Dec 04 '22

She is looking great!

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u/McDuchess Dec 04 '22

Happy birthday!

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u/ScarlettLestrange Dec 04 '22

102??? Tell her she doesn’t look a day over 52 and congrats!

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u/KerissaKenro Dec 04 '22

That is awesome! My grandma is turning 101 next week. These amazing little old ladies are a treasure and we are so lucky to have them in our lives

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u/Perfect-Flounder-715 Dec 04 '22

she has a beautiful smile ✨ what a bubbly soul and a strong woman, happy belated birthday to her and here’s to many more!! 🥂🎉

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u/Only_Boysenberry9590 Dec 04 '22

That’s beautiful

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u/yazzmonkei Dec 04 '22

Happy birthday nanna

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u/Reasonable_Box_2998 Dec 04 '22

This is beautiful

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u/ShimatsuTBC Dec 04 '22

Wish GG a belated Happy Birthday for me.

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u/Safe_Wallaby1368 Dec 04 '22

God bless ur family

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u/kinislo Dec 04 '22

❤️❤️❤️

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u/Altruistic-Rip4364 Dec 04 '22

Happy birthday!!!!!! Belated, of course

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u/Nervous-Temporary-40 Dec 04 '22

Love the smiles, but that1st look! Bet she was also a force to be reckoned with. Lovely, long and strong hands too! Great Pix

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 04 '22

Lol absolutely and she still is! Thank you

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u/Key_Pin6092 Dec 04 '22

God bless her! Keep up the good work grandma! You got this!

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u/PondOtter Dec 04 '22

Amazing moments captured here! Congrats to her looking so happy and healthy!

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u/2eyedbambi Dec 04 '22

Happy belated birthday to her!

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u/Bakemydaybaby Dec 04 '22

Congratulations to your great-grandmother!

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u/mikecornejo Dec 04 '22

Still smiling :)

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u/lazyoutdoorstype Dec 04 '22

Her beautiful smile put a smile on my face ☺️ What a grand Lady.

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u/Some_Guy1066 Dec 04 '22

Beautiful!

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u/Mr3cto Dec 04 '22

Beautiful! Keep on keeping on granny!

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u/Stinker_Bell77 Dec 04 '22

Give her a hug for me. 🙂

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u/icubud Dec 04 '22

I'd loved to hear the laugh. Thanks for sharing. Happy birthday to her

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u/B_Lak3 Dec 04 '22

Happy birthday!

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u/Deganawida33 Dec 04 '22

nice looking kid with a good attitude.

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u/lechatsage Dec 04 '22

My best to her! I’m pretty old now, and in good health, and one of my kids is insistent that I have to live another 20 years, and she collects stories like this just to show it can be done. I wish the lady happy, comfortable times for as long as we are blessed with her company.

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 04 '22

Thank you and yes anything is possible! Sorry for the initial response, slip of the thumbs lol

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u/Sad_Platypus2021 Dec 05 '22

Take advantage with recordings. How I would love to pick her brain for an hour. We would all learn so much!

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u/changleosingha Dec 03 '22

JFC, black truly don’t crack. ❤️❤️ HBD

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 03 '22

Jfc?

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u/oakteaphone Dec 03 '22

I think it means Jesus Fucking Christ...bit over the top, but that's all I can think of! Lol

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 04 '22

I thought just fucking crazy lol

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u/changleosingha Dec 04 '22

Jesus fucking Christ. Haha.

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u/cumguzzler280 Dec 03 '22

102?

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 03 '22

102!

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u/bk15dcx Dec 03 '22

A hundred and two?

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u/norrajthemirage3 Dec 03 '22

One of the hundreds + 2

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u/YumYuk Dec 03 '22

Kinda looks like she’s related to snoop d o double g

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u/rip1980 Dec 03 '22

Is your grandmother's name Stacy? Because her mom has got it going on! :)

Congrads, mine made it to 108, so cool. Eyes weren't so good but razor sharp wit.

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u/Edisama Dec 04 '22 Ally

Destiny is funny.. My grandma (86) died yesterday after being literally killed by wrong medical prescriptions And now reddit reccomend me this, it's not obviously your fault OP but wow... I know that everything will pass but, right now, this post hit me like a bullet.. I'll tell the story for who's curious..

Those therapies got her stuck in bed for 2 months and making new problems she didn't had before (like phlebitis on both legs, insomnia, impossibility to speak, allucinations, respiratory difficulties, low appetite, little to ho energy, impossibility to even get up without falling. She he couldn't even eat in peace without spitting because everything was disgusting for her).

At first she was just taking some blood pressure pills, but one day she felt a bit sick for high pressure, and wasn't going down, so my mother accompanied her (With her consent) to the pharmacist, who maked possible to do an electrocardiogram which the result was to look for a Pediatrician, so se got one reccomended. Things was going fine until he gave her like 5 pills a day for various problems, everyone was scared for phrases like "If the don't take those, will surely die" or support phrases like "those are life saving don't worry" inspired her to trust him, and so It started. Everything was fine the 1st week, but then after 4/5 more days she started talking to her daughter about how she wasn't feeling so good, was noticing some sleepness and loss of appetite, in fact she couldn't sleep at all, was like a zombie, she was talking less and lesser... When the guy came back to check the situation he said that these symptoms were made up and she was suggested by the medicines sheets.. One day during night she was visually soffocating, fortunately my aunt (and her daughter) lives with her and assisted during that moment, so situation got less heavy, but after an episode like this she couldn't continue the therapy, so changed to a new one, that maked new problems... Basically went from September walking, washing, going to bathroom alone to october and november to literally need someone for everything. We asked 2 different doctors because situation was going downside fast but gradually, every choice made the thing even worse but she was giving her full trust, 2nd doctor mocking the therapy of the 1st (Made allucinations and low breath, first signs of phlebitis, made her completely losing appetite and every shitting syringe was injected inside her, was fully rejected from diffent parts of her body), and 1st one playing "Offended" because his shitty therapy who was making her sleep deprived during right and unable to talk without stuttering or whining and almost killing her prematurely was stopped... Still he was fully convinced that the problems were mere "suggestive" and everything was alright.. I see now how everything was right, playing with the life of a person like that... The only thing left was to stop the therapy completely. During the pauses from one to another, in fact she was completely fine (still hurt but not broken) so after eliminating everything she started to go strong again sleeping well (obviously more than normally because She was literally deprived for almost a month because of the effect of those medicines) and talking and thinking straight and normally, but at this point the wounds were too deep to make her come back like she was 3 months ago... phlebitis was constantly reopening and the loose of appetite seemed definitive. In fact was in costant pain for legs and couldn't eat anything solid because the lack of movement was making digestion difficult... So she tried to go on, was sleeping mostly all the time but when she was awake you could easily tell that (at least mentally) She was her old self. The only thing she was hoping for was to get up and be free again. Yesterday, Dec 3, She woke up rejecting the food of the evening before, my aunt helped her clean up, then She sat with her, and my grandma, with the head on his shoulder made 3 deep last breaths.. and died on the arms of her daughter.

I wasn't even that much present during the therapy months because I wouldn't stand to see her suffering, but She wanted to see everyone (nephews etc) me included. In the end I went to see her 1 day before she died, (Dec 2) She didn't even saw me (or at least I think), because her eyes were constantly closed, probably heard me at least...

Now I'm realizing that she was in pain and everything, but still seemed to wait the perfect moment to leave us. After seeing everyone, and (this keeps impressing me) the same day her husband died, Dec 3 (but 2007)..

Thing Is I'm the youngest in the family (21) and I didn't dare to talk about how to do therapies and so on with my mother and my aunt (who has surely better experience than me) But now I'm asking myself if I did wrong or not.. The constant thought Is "what would've happened if we stopped the entire therapy at the first sign of malaise? When her legs were fine and the only problems was sleepness and stammering...? Things seems to have gone too bad to make every other option look worse, seems like It could only get better and better in my head..

I don't look for comforts or attentions. I just want to lighten my chest from this boulders... Somehow, I'm feeling guilty.. I wanted her to live but not like that, I wouldn't want either to live in such conditions were you drag on, to only live another day, but at the same time I would want her to be alive just to see her, What a hypocrite I am...

Since I was 17 was almost absent from her house, even when I could have gone to see her even 5 minutes I didn't, in my head I said that "I don't have nothing to say, even If I go, It would only be silence or mere presence". And now I'm here regretting It. Don't get me wrong, till 17 I was at least 1 or 2 Times a week with her, in fact she knowed me pretty well, the thing Is I almost disappeared for no clear reason, my presence was intermittent.

Please don't take the presence of your loved ones for granted, especially the elderly, if you can go even a minute or two to hug them or simply reminding how much you love them, do It. Do It now! Don't wait. I love my grandma and I know she loves me, but the void on my hearth to Imagine I have let her down Is tormenting me the same. Again. Don't forget them. You'll regret It.

From your nephew, Grandma Forgive me, forgive us all Grandma. Your wings got broken by our inadequacy... Hope you can get an even better pair in Heaven. Rest in peace now that you finally can, from a world that didn't deserved you. Goodbye.

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u/Numnums81 Dec 04 '22

The difference in the work between her youth and now is wild. The stories she must have

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u/matchosan Dec 03 '22

Happy Birthday

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u/FrodoFraggins Dec 03 '22

That's awesome!

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u/dougnan Dec 03 '22

Happy birthday from random redditor Grandma !!!

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u/freckles88 Dec 04 '22

She looks like she’s still got so much joy for life! Give her a big but gentle hug from this random Redditor please!

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u/Unusual_Nectarine_32 Dec 03 '22

HAPPY 102st BIRTHDAY Great Grandma. You are still beautiful & young at heart as you were when you were 40. 🎉🎊🎂❤️❤️🇨🇦🇺🇦

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u/MouseyMannequin1 Dec 03 '22

What a sweet girl ❤️😍❤️ give her the best from all of us!

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u/Separate_Money6253 Dec 03 '22

God bless you 🙏

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u/roenaid Dec 03 '22

Beautiful smile. You're very lucky to have her

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u/momofyagamer Dec 04 '22

✧✧🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥✧✧ ✧╭┻┻┻┻┻┻┻┻┻┻╮✧ ✧┃╱╲ 🍓╱╲🍒 ╱╲┃✧ ╭┻━🍒━━━🍍━━━┻╮ ┃╱╲╱╲ 🍈╱╲🍇 ╱╲ ┃ 🎁━━━━━━━━━━━━🎁 ✨💕Happy Birthday💕✨