View Full Version : Beautiful 90 year old lady!
02-02-2009, 11:53 AM
I work at Whole Foods and a women came thru my line with a belt filled with veggies and fruits. She wrote a check so I had to look at her drivers liscense. She was born in November of 1917. She had beautiful thick grey hair, glowing skin, and sparkely blue eyes. She did all her own shopping, walked upright and at a normal pace as a 30 yr. old does. She was bright and cheerful with a radiant smile, and full of wonderful healing energy. I felt like crying. Such a beautiful lady. I'm 55 and she called me honey and sweetie through our whole transaction. That's me on 100% raw! She's my hope and my future. Gosh, I pray she comes in again.
02-02-2009, 11:55 AM
Did you ask her if she ate ONLY fruits and veggies by chance? Nonetheless - keep it up and that WILL be you, me, US!!!!
02-02-2009, 12:00 PM
wow! what an amazing story! I wish you could have gotten a picture of her though I know you couldn't!
did you talk to her much at all about her diet?
02-02-2009, 12:21 PM
Amazing!! Would love to see a pic too! But I know you cannot get one! HA!
02-02-2009, 12:31 PM
I do hope I see her again, would love to talk to her about her diet. She had some nuts and dried fruits with the fesh veggies and fruits. But she had her Drivers License! Amazing. I meant to say she was born in 1919 not 1917.
02-02-2009, 01:00 PM
Yeah, it's those kind of old people who can be so inspiring. Such a role model for health. Bless her.
Chiming in with the others: Get the goods on this dame will ya?!!
02-02-2009, 01:15 PM
I do hope I see her again, would love to talk to her about her diet.
Yes! if she comes in again you should totally chat her up! I have a feeling that she would LOVE to talk to you about her diet.. if she is in her 90's and looks as good as you say .. chances are she feels great too and wants to share her secrets!
02-03-2009, 08:02 PM
A Good Rule is.....Always give a compliment when needed and such a little thing will open up a Giant door and all kind of interesting conversation.
02-03-2009, 09:45 PM
My Grandmother was born in 1917. I won't go into details about her condition, but it is the exact opposite of this lady. Grandma ate a very "healthy" (by S.A.D. standards), low-fat diet, had no vices, never gained weight, never got sick. She was a beautiful, vibrant, world traveling 73 years old when she remarried. For the last 20 years she ate the food served to her in the cafeteria of her senior complex. You can imagine what that was like. I can't help but wonder if that is the only difference between her and your beautiful customer.
I'm 55, too! Let's make your lady our hope, future, and reality! :)
oooohhh. let us know when you get the dibs on her. i'm so curious now! :D
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