Great-great-grandma from New York City sets record at Gay Games 9
There are lots of numbers that made Ida Keeling a standout at the Gay Games 9 track and field events Tuesday in Akron.At 4-feet-6 and 83 pounds, she was easily the smallest athlete in her chosen race, the 100 meters.With a finishing time of 59.8 seconds, she was also by far the slowest, considering that world champs cover the distance in about 10 seconds.But consider another number — the one that causes fellow contestants to want to shake her hand and local media to follow her with a camera…
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Survival Muscle - NOT BAD! ... at age 91! The Hidden Survival Muscle In Your Body Missed By Modern Physicians That Keep Millions Of Men And Women Defeated By Pain, Frustrated With Belly Fat, And Struggling To Feel Energized Every Day
I think this shoot with Ingmari Lamy is one of the most wonderful I've seen in a long time... (breathtaking Ingmari Lamy herself, the photography&styling, the location in its crumbling grandeur, - the whole package just spot on). Shared with kind permission of photographer Sandra Myhrberg. You can read the accompanying article here and follow Ingmari's blog here. Lots of love, R, x