After this photo of Miss Norma at the Liberty Bell ran on her Facebook page, readers sent in what they’re thankful for.
After this photo of Miss Norma at the Liberty Bell ran on her Facebook page, readers sent in what they’re thankful for. Ramie B. Liddle TNS
After this photo of Miss Norma at the Liberty Bell ran on her Facebook page, readers sent in what they’re thankful for. Ramie B. Liddle TNS

At 90, Miss Norma said ‘yes’ to living and her adventure of a lifetime

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