It seems to me that time has sped up. April has gone by in such a flash. Maybe the high winds rushed it through? One sure thing is that I am happy to welcome the beautiful month of May and leave behind the windy days of April.
For John and I May is always a busy, but beautiful, month filled with family events. Our daughter and son-in-law will have the very first dance recital for their newly acquired, Legacy Dance Boutique. Three of their five children will be performing in the recital as well as Brett, Brennon and all of her amazing students. Our daughter, Brooke, and her husband will be taking a trip to celebrate their 20th anniversary, and we will be keeping their precious children for a week. Our oldest grandson, Austin, will complete his Freshman year at college. We just received news this week that he was awarded “The Newcomer of the Year” award in baseball. What a difference a year has made for him as he has had the chance to really develop his baseball skills.
Our next grandson, Chandler, graduates from Plano East June 10th, and we will leave the next day for two weeks at our time share in Cancun.
My mom will turn 97 this month. I know she has missed my dad terribly since his graduation on to Heaven almost 17 years ago. However, she is a fighter and has chosen to be happy. It seems very possible she will achieve the honor of “Centenarian” in three more years. And this is an honor to be in the “oldest of the old”. I’ve been intrigued about this group of amazing folks for years and and done quite a bit of research on them.
During the month of May, this blog focus will be on Centenarians who learned how to live long and strong. My goal is to share with you two posts a week. Each Tuesday I will share a story about one of these “honorables”. On Thursday I will share one of the secrets I gleaned from studying the entire group and narrowing down what the common secrets were. I do hope you will enjoy reading about these wonderful folks. Most important of all, I pray it will inspire you to adapt the mindset:
“I don’t have to become sick, unhealthy or overweight just
because I get older.”
The month will offer a Teleconference Powerpoint course on Living Long and Strong. And please don’t forget the sixteen page Free Report, which was created as the result of this research. It is offered right here on the website. This report is just a sample of the entire Ebook called Living Long and Living Strong. This Ebook and Workbook will be available at a 33% discount the first week of May, ending at midnight May 7th.
See you in your inbox Tuesday!
See you Tuesday with our first Centenarian story: Oscar Wilmeth began planning his Centennial celebration himself when he turned 98. This man had vision.