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Nancy Shields

Nancy Shields

Huntington, United States

I am a mother of five, a grand-mother of more and a friend to many. I have always enjoyed how the hands can tell what the heart truly feels. There are so many ways of expressing ones self, but the beauty relayed from the heart through the hands, to me is the most awesome point of expression in any concept. Whether it is through art, poetry, or other means of the heart through hands, it is unquestionably with the highest regards.
I, myself am a lover of poetry in which God has blessed me with the gift thereof. Art by pencil is another gift the divine creator has endowed me with, I believe that’s one reason I am drawn to this beautiful website of expressionisms. We each have our own way of expressing our feelings, that’s one other thing that makes us human’s so unique. I live in a town that is rapidly growing in a society of friendly, unfriendly, rational, irrational, excepted and expectable people as any other small or large town. I find my time spent around my grandchildren a most wonderful time, but I need to break away for some quite time for myself. This site has been a vacation of splendor to me, and the people I read about and have come in contact a most enjoyable relief from the everyday repetitive roles we too often find ourselves entangled in. I lost my firstborn son on November 27, 2005 and the desperation of the need to see or hear him again never seizes to be. I try to keep myself busy in mind and hand to help ease the burden of this devastating loss. I created a few websites some in his memory and to help other people recognize an illness that may lye within them unknown, and masked as severe heart burn or acid reflux, that is as deadly as a colt 45 pointed at your head. You can go to one of my sites through the following URL. www.heavenlywisdom.zoomshare.com Please scroll down and read the vital information I gathered and posted on this site, it could save you or a loved ones life. I only wish I had known that such a disease existed.

  • Joined: May 2009

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