Oh heck, my feels. “Naamah was the ancestor of all those who create beautiful things. With wool from the flocks of Jabal, Naamah and her beloved Nogah the daughter of Inanna, spun fiber and wove it into fabric. They made garments and carrying pouches, they made hangings and carpets. They mixed berries, leaves, stems, roots, and ground stones to make dyes. With their dyes they colored the fibers they had spun and wove them into beautiful patterns.”
I’m tired and drinking Taco Bell coffee (selfie with eye contact)
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