Tonight Show: 105-Year-Old Edythe Kirchmaier Volunteer Work
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live to be 100? For Edythe Kirchmaier, turing 100 happened a few years ago. The 105-year-old has done a lot with her life but the one thing she cherishes most is her volunteer work at Direct Relief International. For the past 40 years, she has been on a mission to inspire everyone to make a difference in the world.
Edythe said she has helped other people find volunteer work in other areas of the world. When she was 67-years-old, Direct Relief International offered her the chance to go to Taiwan to be a teacher and she accepted. Edythe said she went with her husband to Tawian, whom she was married to for 70 years until he passed away just before her 100th birthday. As for her advice on staying married for so long, she said it is all about communicating well and having similar ideas for the future.
She is also going to be talking with Jay Leno about the different events she has seen in her life. From the terrible flu epidemic of 1919, which she said she was the first to contract in her neighborhood, to Hurricane Sandy, Edythe has seen it all. Edythe said at 104 she thought there was no way she was going to make it to her 105th birthday but she made it. She even renewed her driver’s license at the beginning of the month. Is there anyone more inspiring than this woman?
Tonight Show: SkyBlu Launches Big Bad University
SkyBlu might be best known as being the other half of LMFAO alongside his pal and paternal uncle, Redfoo, but he might start getting more attention for his solo work and Big Bad University.
Big Bad University is a collective of artists, songwriters and producers founded by SkyBlu. The collective works with artists like Shwayze, Chelsea Korka and Mark Rosas as they work together to come up with the best dance beats and dance songs the world has ever listened to.
He is also going to be talking with Jay Leno about his new upcoming solo album which has yet to be named as well as performing his new single “Pop Bottles” featuring Big Bad University artist Mark Rosas.
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