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I wouldn’t be able to fill in a form or get a paper or read a book “I wasn’t able to write a letter when I went into school three years ago,” said Pam speaking to The Anton Savage Show on Today FM. The clever granny revealed that if she hadn’t left school so young she would definitely be ruling the country better than Irish politicians. I’m doing Level 3 in Maths, Communications Level 4, I’m doing a Higher level in computers. “I’d be in there in the Dail doing a lot better than they’re doing now if I hadn’t left school.The granny of 14 from Limerick’s O’Malley Park made the decision to return to education in 2012 almost six decades after she left school to work. “My advice to anyone of the older generation is to get off your chairs and do something with your life if you have your health,” she said.
I was taught by nuns and they didn’t care whether you learned or not. “When I was young I scrubbed floors, I did house work, I did waitressing.
“I decided then I’d learn from my children as they were growing up. I hadn’t really a clue how to write much when I left school.
"Then she laughed and said, 'God, I remember playing knick knack on all these doors with my friends.
The Cork native said she believes in 'equal rights for all citizens'.
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Speaking in the video, Kitty said; "I'm 101 years old but I believe in equal rights for all our citizens therefore I will be voting yes in the coming referendum." Proud granddaughter Ca O'Donoghue uploaded the video to social media site Facebook, writing: "Decided to ask my 101-year-old grandmother how she's voting in the marriage referendum in a few weeks..a hero!