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22-11-2020, 01:38   #46
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Originally Posted by namenotavailabl View Post
My maternal grandmother lived to be about 101-and-a-half and she smoked until her late 60's. Her husband died young, though, in his sixties. My paternal grandparents were early nineties when they died.
Mad to think she lived another length of time almost as long as her husbands's lifepsan over again after he died
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22-11-2020, 02:06   #47
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I live in Roscommon and there are quite a few people in the local nursing homes who are over 100. But there's one guy who I see regularly (well when we weren't on lockdown) out for lunch. He goes out for lunch (dinner) each day with his nephew who seems to be his carer. When we were back to Level 3 in September I started seeing him out again when I was out for lunch. Good to see him out and about. He's going to 104 in January.
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