It's that old thing about when you can't control the way things are, you know, we can't control our circumstances. But the good news is we get to control our reaction to our circumstancesJudd offers aging advice in 'Boomers' Jan 11, 2007
Naomi's Guide to Aging Gratefully: Facts, Myths, and Good News for BoomersJudd offers aging advice in 'Boomers' Jan 11, 2007
You have to roll with the punches in life and have a sense of humorJudd offers aging advice in 'Boomers' Jan 11, 2007
Naomi Judd (born January 11, 1946) is an American country music singer, songwriter, and activist.
She was born Diana Ellen Judd to Charles Glen Judd and his wife Pauline (Oliver) Judd on January 11, 1946, in Ashland, Kentucky. Her father owned a gas station; her mother started out as a homemaker but later became a riverboat cook. Her first child, Christina Ciminella (later Wynonna Judd), was born when she was only 18. After the birth of her daughter Ashley (April 1968, who later became a film and stage actress) and the end of her marriage to Michael Ciminella, Judd brought up both daughters as a single parent, first going to nursing school but later beginning a successful singing career with daughter Wynonna.
Her second marriage was on May 6, 1989, to Larry Strickland of the Palmetto State Quartet. They have no children together.