This Pick Me Up proves that we're never too old to do something fun!!! A former World War II nurse decided to celebrate her 100th birthday by trying skydiving for the first time. Ramonde Sullivan has done a lot in her 100 years. For one, she served as a frontline nurse during WWII. She then went on to mother four children before immigrating to America. So, when her 100th birthday rolled around, the English-born centenarian decided she wanted to check one more thing off her bucket-list: skydiving. Just before celebrating her birthday recently, Sullivan went to Skydive Sebastian near her home on the east coast of Florida. She performed a tandem dive attached to a professional skydiving instructor from over 10-thousand feet high and reached speeds of more than 100 miles an hour. Safely back on the ground, the adventurous great-grandmother described the jump as “scary.” When asked if she plans to do it again, she didn’t hesitate to say “no.” After her adventure, Sullivan attended a birthday celebration with friends and family. I just love this woman!!! I say good for her, and I only hope I make it to 100 and can skydive to celebrate like she did! Thank you Ramonde for your service and your incredible live!