Discussion in 'Media Central' started by ed629, Jan 16, 2021.
Damn!! She can still move at 74.
Jump to 0:50 if you're impatient.
Fun fact: She never really wanted to be a singer and just did it to get more work as a choreographer.
Youtube algorithm at work...I saw this today.
Yep, she's still got it.
my grandmother flipped 90 and she can still move as good as I have ever known her to. On the other side my grandparents hit the shuffling wall around 80-90. The one thing I have seen hanging out with the elderly is you have to keep moving, and you cannot be struck immobile for a period of time. It seems like once the "event" happens you never get it back after a certain age. I am happy I was able to recover what I could in my forties. I do not know if my body can bounce back again. There seems to be a bit of a change in the healing factor.
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