Ask the universe and you shall the receive." That's what this amazing man kept saying to us through the days we spent together in Scotland.
It's a phrase I believe more and more as I grow up and realise how interconnected everything is. Be specific about you want and believe that you will get with all your heart.
Ask for it from the universe and you shall receive it.
Grandpa Euthimis is responsible for his house's heavy-duty jobs such as cutting wood for the fireplace and carrying heavy bags of supplies for the winter. He may look rough but he is kind and warm always inviting us to join him at the table and share stories from his service in army.
Read more about his story and the amazing people we met in Grevena, Greece in this article.
The one who got left behind.
Grandma Zacharoula is the sister of grandpa Euthimis.
As it was typical in these years you had to get married to leave your family home and start your own.
Unfortunately, grandma Zacharoula didn't find a husband so as tradition required it, she lived her life with her brother and his wife.
She wears a glove on her right hand because she had a stroke 15 years ago and she can't move it anymore.
That makes her story even more inspiring since she is still able to do all the chores that are needed to run the house. Clean, cook, feed the animals, help Grandpa with his daily chores and after all that she still had the mood to make jokes and conversations with us.
This incredible woman is living proof that age is just a number, not an excuse.
Find more about her story and the amazing people we met in our journey to Grevena, Greece in this article.