Why is voting important to me?
What does freedom look like to you? I see freedom and unlimited possibilities in the landscape of The Kainai Reserve.
Day 01 of my journey to Otahpiaaki 2019. It’s a new day and my heart is full of gratitude, joy and expectation.
Strategies for healing a broken heart through indigenous textile practices.
Beginning a new journey of healing and transformation after walking out 3 sun rotations of 13 moons associated with the death of my mother.
Reflections on the 3rd anniversary of my mother’s death, and the lessons I’m learning about living life with purpose.
The blessing of gratitude and the resulting peace & contentment it brings.
The purpose driven life brings unexpected adventures & experiences for anyone willing to step out on faith.
Transformation through indigo dyeing and healing brokenness with creative hands.
A Personal Celebration of Indigenous Eastern N.C. Cultural Heritage ~ From the Last Toisnot Tuscarora Gatekeeper Yesterday, while braiding my hair, Felicia Farmer asked me how I felt about my upcoming trips to Calgary, Canada and New Orleans. I told her I was fearful because I’m alone and, as a woman, I don’t want toContinue reading “Flying the Coup to Freedom in Canada”