Joined 11 years ago from United States
Naomi is outragiously fun and crazy at times and somber and serious also.
She is interested in reaching out to people and sharing ideas and information. Growing up in a small town created a love for the open spaces and likes to visit the city but doesn't feel comfortable in the crowded spaces of the skyscrapers and all the people.
Don't get me wrong she loves people but just in small amounts at a time. Loves nature, music and her Creator. Naomi welcomes all ideas when they are not imposed on her and gladly shares her views sometimes to the point of a soapbox style. Don't take offense to her though as she is open to hearing others' viewpoints.
Naomi is happily married to her husband and enjoys eight grandchildren.
Naomi is solid and grounded.
7 months ago
Blessed By Another is an interesting story about the gifting and the restoration of a stone burro pulling a cart. In this Hub I give descriptions of how the restoration process works along with lots of pictures.
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