We all wanted something to do before we leave the earth which we called "GOALS",that even I have to fulfill my desires. Goals are plans that we commit to achieve and the video on this article that i will show you that age doesn't matter once you commit onto something and has the passion to achieve what you wanted.You only have to put a little pressure into it !
Meet Mary Manssen, a 91-Year-Old woman who already is a great-grandmother, having 7 children, 18 grandchildren, 35 great grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchildren!
She claimed the title of the Oldest Female Bungy Jumper of New Zealand after she plunged 43 meters off Queenstown's Kawarau Bridge.
She said that there were no nerves as she stood on the edge of the platform as she waits for the leap.
After the big jump, she was asked how does she feels after jumping the bridge.
"It was nothing. There's nothing to it. They just gave me a little push." she said.
"The jump was magnificent. The roar that went up when I went out onto the stand was just amazing." she added.
she even said these : "I'm a bit of a daredevil. When I was younger, I always thought 'the higher up the tree the better'." which is more obviously that she is,because of what she just did that I think no one with the same age of her would've done.
The decision to take up bungy jumping only came about after her husband, Frank, died seven years ago.
It was believed that the world's oldest female bungy jumper is South African Mohr Keet at the age of 96.
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