- Associated Press - Friday, December 30, 2016

CHICAGO (AP) - A Chicago woman is getting ready to celebrate her 110th birthday on New Year’s Day.

WLS-TV reports (https://abc7.ws/2irdqGE ) family and friends are throwing a party for Daisy Driss, who was a 1907 New Year’s baby.

Driss says she doesn’t feel any different from when she was 99. She says “The days go by and I go by with them.”

Driss worked as a Chicago Public Schools teacher until she was forced to retire in 1972. Since then she’s kept her mind sharp by reading the newspaper “cover-to-cover” at breakfast.

Driss says she doesn’t have any secrets for a long life, but she does have some advice: “Have faith in something and stick to it.”



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Information from: WLS-TV.

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