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“I believe that we must not dwell on minor ailments. As much as possible, we need to just get on with life.”
After surviving cancer, Kathleen Samson focuses on getting the most out of life. The 73-year-old plays golf at least four times a week, making sure to walk the entire course.
In winter, she regularly skis in the Bromont area.
“Age should not stop us from doing what we want to do. It would be easy to make excuses when the temperature hovers around minus 20,” she says. However, at my age, I know my limits better, so I set some before I leave.”
Kathleen Samson says she is careful about what she eats, but admits that genes play a big part in not looking her age.
“My whole family looks younger than they really are. My mother is still in great shape at 93. People usually think I’m 10 years younger than I am.”
In addition to golf and skiing, the septuagenarian takes great joy in walking, an activity she learned to enjoy after her illness.