LAHORE – A 102-year-old woman, Irene O’Shea has become the world’s oldest skydiver after accomplishing 14,000 feet (4,300 meters) through the South Australian sky.

This wasn’t the first time Irene O’Shea had taken the plunge from an airplane, either. The great-granny did her first jump on her 100th birthday and, a few years later, she decided to do it again.

This time, she reportedly set a world record and used the opportunity to get the word out about the Motor Neurone Disease Association of South Australia, a charity researching ALS and other neurodegenerative disorders, which took the life of O’Shea’s daughter.

“Irene became the oldest skydiver in the world at 102 years, 194 days,” SA Skydiving, the company that coordinated her jump, wrote on YouTube, “raising awareness and money for MND South Australia to help find a cure for Motor Neurone Disease.”

What SA Skydiving failed to mention, though, is that she did it bundled up in a very adorable cable-knit sweater with a wide grin plastered across her face, just living the goddamn life.

O’Shea was pretty calm about the whole “diving out of an airplane” thing, she also shared with the  Advertiser that she “felt pretty normal” during the jump and that “the same young fellas were in the plane” as last time.

“It was very clear up there and the weather was good, but it was very cold up there,” she said. Hopefully, she’ll remember to wear another sweater for her next jump, whenever that will be.

Watch the fearless skydiving attempt: