101-Year-Old Still Slaying Edges As Oldest Living Beautician
… it’s about adding life to your years. Exercise helps you maintain your strength and agility, increases vitality, improves sleep, gives your mental health a boost, and can even help diminish chronic pain. Exercise can also have a profound effect on the brain, helping prevent memory loss, cognitive decline, and dementia.
Even in her retirement, don’t expect Mrs. Terrell to find her sitting around the house doing nothing.
“I just be waiting on somebody to call and say, ‘Callie, you busy? Well, come on over here.’ They say we’re doing so and so. So I jump in the car and go. I just want to do something.”
Long live Callie!