My great-grandfather Louis was 108 years old. Although he was physically ill (over 100 years — hed ?!), he was very intelligent, very intelligent, and strong in faith until he reached Heaven. Unlike mine Grandmother Annie Belle Simmons Foxx, I had the privilege of getting to know Uncle Louis, and I visited him several times before he died. As for the power of the mind and the intellect, I say that time, and that I live again, if not longer, as he did.
Friday this Sunday was a great help to the couple and reminded them of my dear Uncle.
Last week, Philadelphia 100-year-old Dorothy Nedd converted 106. Oh. What more can you say to that? Nedd women have been battling war, apartheid, death, and have probably seen the best and worst of humanity. But she is still alive, and she is showing interest in the trip. Like my great Uncle Louis he had ideas and wisdom, and just looking at them brought a smile to my face.
I doubt Mrs. Nedd has any consequences for everyone.
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Dorothy Nedd, a resident of South Philadelphia, turned 106 on Friday. He praised his faith and love for McDonald’s Big Mac for his longevity.
“I feel good,” Dorothy told Marcus Espinoza’s FOX 29 when asked how she felt on these special days.
Grandmother 9 and grandmother 1 also say that she looked very good on her birthday.
In a city and a land that is often lost, 106-year-old Dorothy Nedd appreciates her longevity for the man above.
“Serving Jehovah!” said Nedd.
Mrs. Nedd went to Friendship Baptist Church every Sunday, and after church, Mrs. Nedd went to her home McDonald’s and ate her favorite sandwich. Mrs Nedd Zulema’s granddaughter remembered those times very much, and is now a great-grandmother.
Granddaughter Zulema now takes care of her at her mother’s house, not that she needs to be taken care of, although she admits that it has been difficult for her grandmother during the epidemic.
The whole family comes every Friday to visit the matriarch, but because of the epidemic they did not want to harm him, so the couple visits him via FaceTime.
Mrs. Nedd told Fox 29 what she wanted on her birthday was, “Sweet life!”
Amen to that, and Mrs. Nedd already seems to be living in that taste. Know the answer purpose and place in the world through a relationship with Jesus and a rich connection to his family seems to give Dorothy Nedd enough reason to continue another year.
My Aunt Louis was also living a good life, and I miss him. But we share the same faith in Jesus, and I look forward to seeing him again, in Sweet Bye and Bye.
Louis Dukes is a teenager (Right, bright suit), and in his 108th year.
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