98 Year-Old Woman Starts New Business Venture Inspired By Her Granddaughter's Pregnancy
February 18, 2015
Carolyn Demers started her own business at the ripe age of 98 years old. After learning that her granddaughter was expecting and seeing the ultrasound, Carolyn was inspired to write a poem.
"She was dreaming about it all night and woke me at four in the morning and said, 'Get a paper I've got all these ideas,'" Carolyn's daughter Louise Brennan said.
The poem was not the only idea she had that night. She decided she wanted to start a line of Christening clothing fashioned after the very dress her aunt had sewn for her 100 years ago.
Carolyn's business venture proves what an impact a life can have at any stage.
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