Muriel Barbarotto: Peter McIntosh, ODT
A resident of the new Zealand town of Mosgiel, Otago, called the secret of his longevity, restful sleep and a healthy diet. Her words quoted by a local newspaper Otago Daily Times.
Wednesday, may 22, Barbara Muriel (Muriel Barbara) celebrated its centenary. “I don’t feel my age. I enjoy life, she said. — I love spending time with children, we get along fine with them”. Long recalls how 73 years ago she married Anthony Barbara (Barbara Anthony), and after 18 years of marriage the husband died.
The widow used every opportunity to make money. Barbara has had many jobs: she cooked cakes and pies, knit to order. Remembering the years of his youth in his native city, the woman noted that she led an active lifestyle. She went dancing and doing different sports, including playing hockey and skating.
Barbara, whose four children, 12 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, I’m sure he lived to a ripe old age, thanks to healthy sleep and balanced diet. The birthday girl admitted that does not like to be the center of attention and would be happy to be “riding the pine”.
The main anniversary celebration scheduled for Saturday, may 25. The table will meet relatives of Barbara: birthday, invited more than a hundred people.
In April it was reported that 100-year-old yoga teacher from the USA shared his secret of longevity. Tao Porchon-Lynch (Tao Porchon-Lynch) argues that lived to a ripe old age thanks to the “eternal optimism”.
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