The Dancing Granny
Jul16

The Dancing Granny

The Dancing Granny Nerea Auma of  is a 65 year old grandma from Atemo, a village in Homa Bay county, Kenya. The ultimate dancing queen, or rather the dancing Granny, she has 10 children and 18 grandchildren, but she beats all of them when it comes to dancing. Nerea began dancing as a young girl and it continues to bring her joy. According to her, life is about finding happiness within you, and she found her happiness in dance. Her dancing is a key attraction at private and public functions, both locally and beyond and she has remained unbeaten on the dance floor for decades. Her husband is also a bit of a local dancing sensation, and they met, of course, on the dance floor. Do you have a dancing Granny? If so count yourself lucky to have that sort of happiness in your life. Whether or not yours is a dancing queen, all Grans are a beautiful inspiration. Take this opportunity opportunity to remember your dear old (or not so old!) Grandmothers. Pick up the phone, send her flowers or even a special ‘hello’ Facebook, to let her know that she’s in your thoughts....

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Gorgeous Grandma Day
Jul14

Gorgeous Grandma Day

Gorgeous Grandma Day While almost everyone loves their Grandmothers, many people don’t realise that there is a special day for our lovely Grans. Next week, Thursday 23 July, is Gorgeous Grandma Day. Did your dear old Gran bake you cookies or is she more of the type to teach you to skateboard? However they showed their love, everyone here at Ready Flowers would like to thank those special and influential women for their unconditional love, treats and hugs. To honor Grans that rock, following are some wise grandma tidbits from HelloGiggles. 1. Make today a good day.     Age certainly hasn’t slowed down 95 year-old yoga instructor, Tao Porchon-Lynch. With over 70 years of experience teaching yoga, Tao continues to thrive in both body and mind. Her daily mantra? “This is going to be the best day of my life.” Sometimes, making the decision to be great rather than expecting greatness to find you is much more effective. Who’s got time for waiting, anyway?   2. It’s never too late to start something new.     Would you have guessed this woman is 77 years old? Yep, seventy-seven, and that’s not even the half of it. Ernestine Shepherd started working out a mere 21 years ago, and was subsequently named the oldest female body builder in the Guinness Book of World Records in 2010. So, was it too late to start body building at 56? For Ernestine . . . naaah.   3. Some of the greatest things in...

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