A Little Bit About Me … and BarleyLife

Shared by Shirley Palmerton, AIM Member

At 91 years old, I’m healthy, active and pain-free. People regularly say to me, “You’re amazing . . . what do you do.” To be honest, I get sick of hearing that. I mean, I do what I can do.

 The truth is, I’ve had a difficult yet wonderful life. I had a career in nursing, and I’ve always loved writing, having many of my stories published. My husband and I had three children. Our middle child died from a brain tumor when he was 17. It was such a horrible time in my life. My husband passed away in 2017. But I still feel blessed.

 I own a house in the little town of Eden, New York. My home is on a side road and has a beautiful view. I mow my own lawn and look after things. Twice a week I volunteer at the church serving meals that the county sends out.

 These days, I miss my life in Eden because I’m living with my daughter in Virginia. After her husband died, I moved there to help her out. I keep her house clean, do the dishes, etc. I keep active.

One of the reasons for my well-being is that for the past 15 years, I’ve been taking a tablespoon of BarleyLife every day. I just love it. It’s the first thing that I do every morning before having breakfast. After that, I’m sure the rest of the day will go as I want it to.

Contributors who submit a published testimonial in AIM’s Living Well magazine receive a nutritional gift valued at $8.00 US.


The AIM Companies has been dedicated to improving the quality of people’s lives with life-changing products like BarleyLife and Herbal Fiberblend and by rewarding passionate Members with a free-enterprise compensation plan.

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