For the past 9 months, I have been working with a group of Grannys (in South Africa they are known as Gogos) to form a health education group. Often the ones left to cook, clean, and care for young babies while their own children go to cities to look for work or have been affected by HIV/Aids, these Gogos need a great deal of support physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Once a week we meet to discuss some topic of health education (hygiene, disease, nutrition), to exercise, and to work on income generating activities such as beadwork and gardening. As a result, these women have formed a support group for each other, offering counseling and advice through many different struggles. Here, two Gogos are running in an attempt to increase their quality of life by improving their health.