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89-Year-Old Grandmother Was Invited To Be A Bridesmaid On Her Granddaughter’s Wedding

89-year-old grandmother, Nana Betty, was asked by her granddaughter Christine Quinn to be one of the bridesmaids  on  her wedding. When Christine did that, she was not sure what she can expect but she loves her grandmother and she was sure that this will end up as a great idea. And she was right, because it turned out that Nana is full of life and ready to party at any time, anywhere!

€œShe had the entire wedding party laughing with her words of wisdom and funny comments throughout the day. € Quinn told Huffpost. €œNana got on the party bus with the rest of the wedding party instead of €˜going home to rest’ but did not tell my mom (her daughter). She also danced the entire night away, including an adorable moment when she and my husband’s grandmother, Bellsie, danced together. It was amazing. €

€œYou’re only as old as you feel and I feel young today. € Nana Betty told Quinn. “We’ll all grow old, but we don’t necessarily have to grow up!”

Christine and her  89-year-old grandmother have great friendly relationship. Having such a grandmother is a blessing for sure. Not many grandmothers are so joyful and young in their hearts. And there are very few with whom we would share all our secrets and thoughts. But Nana is one of these rare grandmothers and Christine is happy to have her in her life. After all, the fact that she invited her to be a bridesmaid, says everything.

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€œShe asked me about 10 times, €˜Are you sure?’ and €˜Why would you want an old lady in your bridal party?’ €

€œShe had the entire wedding party laughing with her words of wisdom and funny comments throughout the day €

€œShe just has an amazing sense of humor and outlook on life that I strive to emulate every day. Everyone loves her €

€œYou’re only as old as you feel and I feel young today, € Nana Betty told Quinn