“The people that watched me for 15 years noticed something was wrong, and without asking – which was probably a very smart thing, because I would have said, ‘Don’t go there’ – they called paramedics,” she said.
“Turned out to be I was fine. I’m not sure whether I had one of those TIA experiences, and they go away.”
Despite health struggles, Judy has made clear that she has no plans to retire.
“I’m not tired. I don’t play golf or tennis. I have no desire to learn how to play mahjong, chess or checkers. I know what I like to do. Why, at my stage in life, would I try to find something else when I already know what I like?”