Algonquin BFFs. Stories by a Pou Wau Dancer.
The greatest letter ever written is Romans. I was humbled to read it aloud yesterday. To God Be The Glory!
Reflections on the 3rd anniversary of my mother’s death, and the lessons I’m learning about living life with purpose.
Learning life lessons when confronted with negative circumstances and people.
Teaching, learning, sharing and healing through indigenous textiles.
Transforming The Blues into Textiles using cloth in an indigo vat.
On the eve of my second Mother’s Day without a living momma, I’m being made stronger than I’ve ever been by the teachings in Saint Paul’s letter to the Roman Church. The Holy Spirit grouped me with women believers who shared testimonies of faith in BSF classes, while we studied Romans over 29 lessons. TheContinue reading “To God Be The Glory::Life Lessons From The Greatest Letter Ever Written”
May 1st is a memory of celebrating spring by dancing vibrant colored strips of cloth around a flower-covered pole. Momma was the freshman/sophomore Home Ec teacher in charge of dying the fabric. She dyed the fabric in our backyard under a pecan tree on Atlantic Street. May Day meant being able to wear all myContinue reading “May Day::”Today I Begin Anew…””