- Dorothy Pollack is crossing things off her bucket list and right at the top of it was getting a frog tattoo
- Pollack was undern 'house arrest' at a nursing home amid the Covid-19 pandemic and when she was discharged, getting a tattoo topped her list of things to do
- The 103-year-old also had "riding a motorcycle" on her list which she made sure to cross off
A grandmother has finally crossed something off her bucket list after clocking more than a century on earth.
Dorothy Pollack was going through her bucket list and it included getting a frog tattoo, one of the things she loves most in her life.
According to CNN, Pollack celebrated turning 103 years old on June 16 in a nursing home in Michigan, US where she had been in isolation amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
She was reported to be very sad during her stay at the nursing home and when she was discharged, the granny decided it was time she got a tattoo.
"It was exciting because years ago my grandson wanted me to get one and I would not do it. All of a sudden, I decided I would like to have one. And if I could, a frog. Because I like frogs," she laughed while speaking to CNN.
The man who tattooed her praised her for not even flinching adding she was too excited and was proud to have had an experience of tattooing someone that old.
Like that's not enough, Pollack also decided to cross something else off, which was to have a ride on a motorcycle.
The couple was reported to be elated at the prospect of becoming parents and were able to keep the news a secret for a while.
Ed had earlier gotten an ambitious tattoo with five slots that were to be filled by his future offspring.
The tattoo was of the Olympic rings which would be filled by every child's palm print.
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