A great-grandmother is already preparing for her next stunt after completing a skydiving adventure.

Maire Hollo of Canada is still making the most of life, 88 years into it. According to CBC, Holo has earned the title of “crazy granny” in the past four years as she checks items off her bucket list.

“She’s always been a little off-kilter, in a nice way of course,” said Hollo’s daughter, Susan.

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CBC reports Holo got her driver’s license against her husband’s wishes and was the first woman on her street to wear pants. She always pushed against tradition and her controlling husband, whom she married at 24. He passed away more than 30 years ago, and Holo never remarried.

“I don’t need a man,” she said. “I enjoy my life, I can watch whatever I want on TV.”

Hollo has been working her way through an impressively daring bucket list over the past few years. So far, she has walked along the edge of the CN Tower in Toronto and recently jumped out of a plane.

Next, she says she plans to race a car on a closed track.

Her advice to others: “Just live your life. Be nice to people and don’t hurt anybody, but do what you want to do.”

‘Crazy grandma’ checks off daredevil stunts from bucket list after her controlling husband passes away CBC News/screenshot

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