There are many things that I have learned through the years growing up from my great-grandmother - she died at the age of 104 and 1/2. She never smoke or drank a lot. She would wear high heels all of the days until her death, make sure her dress or pantsuit was ready to wear. Also, she never cursed. I miss her to this day since Christmas was her favorite time of the year. We lost her on April 8, 2002. I will treasure what I learned from her to this day.
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