A great-great-great grandma with a total of 173 family members is celebrating her 100th birthday in the best way possible: with a drive-thru parade and a pile of dollar bills. What more could a woman want?
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Celebrating your birthday with your family is one of life's simplest blessings.
via: GettyEspecially if it is your your 100th birthday.
Many of us can only dream about hitting triple figures.
via: GettyBut, as one woman from Franklinton, Ohio, has shown us, it is possible to still be living your best life, a hundred years later.
But during the pandemic, it has been difficult to have gatherings.
via: FacebookMany have resorted to more inventive ways of making sure their loved ones still have the best day ever.
And Julia Lee Kelley's family did just that for her.
via: FacebookThey decided to throw her a drive-thru parade party and then, later on, the family that she lived with threw her a birthday bash to remember.
Ms. Kelley is a great-great-great grandma and has a total of eighty-eight great-grandchildren.
via: FacebookIn total, her family contains 173 members. Now if that's not an achievement, then I don't know what is.
Let me break it down for you.
via: FacebookShe has 5 kids and thirty grandchildren, eighty-eight great-grandchildren and then forty-nine great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-great grandchild.
And lots of them came to visit her to wish her a very happy birthday.
via: FacebookThe family organized a drive-by parade so they could all personally give Ms. Kelley their well wishes.
They honked their horns and got out of the car to have a little dance...
via: FacebookWhile still remaining socially distanced, of course.
And afterward, the family members that she lived with threw her the ultimate birthday party...
via: FacebookKelley Oakley, one of her grandchildren, danced for Ms. Kelley and also decided to "make it rain" over her with some money, and as you will see from the video if you keep scrolling, she was a very happy woman.
Just look at her beaming face.
via: FacebookAs the video went viral, hundreds of birthday wishes poured in for the hundred-year-old great-great-great grandma.