A 85-years-old woman living with dementia has learnt to play the violin and has taken part in her first live concert with a local community group.
After 44 years at McDonald’s, Lauraine Maurer, at age 94, is still going strong and has no plans to retire ! She told ABC News that “she likes the work, and she loves her customers (…) That’s why I work, because I love them all”.
We are never too old to travel, and Yelena Yerkhova, a 89-year-old Russian grandmother is the living proof of that. She has traveled alone ever since she was 83 to discover new cultures and news countries. She recently returned from Vietnam and Israel, and obviously posted pictures on her favorite social network : Instagram.
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