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"I love being busy," said Uzelac, who lives with her brother Dom, who also has been twice widowed.

That is perhaps the key to a long and successful life. But Mastrim offered another good bit of advice.

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While she remembers many details of her youth, she tries to look forward.

"I keep thinking don’t go back, but always go forward," she said. "Plan your days for something new."

And with that, it was almost time for her to end another visit at Elma’s house and climb into her two-door convertible.


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