Discover the world of the four leaf clover and how the luck became its trade!
Low self-esteem can be very destructive to the spirit within us all. It seems that more than not, life will deal us this card and we struggle to understand why. We could blame karma, ourselves, our friends or family, however, God gave us the freedom...
Can not say how old I might have been, but I know I could walk and yet small enough that I cuddled easily into anybody's arms. It was then, my earliest memory exists. It was some lodge in some woods at a Wilder Family reunion. I remember men dressed...
Looking for a chili recipe that can warm the bones. Look no further and try this recipe, where the leftovers can create other easy dishes in a snap!
Looking for an easy and quick dinner to fix tonight? Take this ham dinner and with onions and dill, turn an old favorite into a new one.
Why do Native American Indians call White people, Wasichu and what does that mean. Read this article and find out if you are a Wasichu or not!
Love peanut butter cookies, but tired of the same old, same old? Try this twist on an old favorite with trail mix.
Looking for an easy one dish wonder for your family on those cold nights? Check out this easy to assemble shepherd pie!
What is the movement called Idle No More. See why and how it got started and how it is spreading across the world!
In this Unique Ways To Recycle And Help Save The Planet series, see how you can turn Holiday trash into reusable items and help save the Earth and lessen the landfills.
Breaking of glasses and going without vision or sight can be traumatic. In this story, a woman discovers more than just the importance of her vision.
Diamond and Moonstone are listed as the 6th gem as one of the twelve stones on Aaron's Breastplate. Discovery their magic and you decide which stone belongs truly belongs on this sacred relic.
Discover the magic behind one Grandmother and why Elders are important in our lives and deserve our attention.
Relive the journey one woman takes in Traveling To The Mexica Moon Dance Journal. In this entry she describes wonders of the final night of the Moon Dance.
Traveling To The Mexica Moon Dance Journal is about a woman's reflection of her experience at a womans ceremony. This entry is about image and naming.
Traveling To The Mexica Moon Dance Journal, is about a woman's journey to sacred ceremony. This reflection is about the medicines that sustain us!
Traveling To the Mexica Moon Dance Journal, explores the experience of a cultural ceremony for woman. This entry lights up the first night with fire!
Traveling to the Mexica Moon Dance Journal continues the story with the setting up of camp and creating a village. Follow this one woman's experience of this sacred ceremony.
Traveling To The Mexica Moon Dance Journal is about a woman ongoing experience in the Mexica ceremony and her journey to that place. This entry is about entry into Mexico!
Traveling To Mexica Moon Dance Journal is an ongoing series as a woman's journey to Mexico for a sacred prayer ceremony. This entry is as the trip begins, she share what the four sacred directions are and the magic of horizons.
Traveling To The Mexica Moon Dance Journal is about a woman's travels to Mexico for a sacred ceremony of pray. This entry is about the regalia worn during that ceremony.
Traveling to Mexica Moon Dance Journey is an ongoing journal of one woman's travels to a sacred ceremony in Mexico. This entry is about the traditional gift giving and honoring of Elders.
Traveling Mexica Moon Dance Journal, is an ongoing series of preparations and the journey to Mexico for a sacred Moon Dance Ceremony. This entry is about the gather and packing of the rattles and shakers!
Traveling to Mexica Moon Dance Journal is an ongoing event of a trip to a sacred ceremony in Mexico known as the Moon Dance, la Danza de Luna. This entry is about making of kinnickinnick or sacred pipe tobacco mix for prayer pipe of the Native American Indians.
Traveling to Moon Dance Journal, is a series of articles logging the journey to Mexico and celebrating the Mexica and Azteca cultural dance known at the le Danza de Luna.
In this RAINY DAY ACTIVITY SERIES, learn how to play the card game called Spoons. Gather friends and family and have a blast!
Rainy day activity series; homemade gift wrapping paper. With crayons and brown paper the world of creativity opens up for us all when turning into wrapping paper.
PAINTING WITH WORDS POETRY: Where Is God? Poem of seeking God and seeing him abound!
What a great treat to remember the good old days, homemade banana pudding. This old fashioned banana pudding has a twist that makes it delicious!
A reflection of living without All My Children Soap Opera.
Use these simple tips on how to prepare traveling by bus. Learn key tactics to enjoying the ride!
What to do with a stray dog? There are many choices, but the best is love.
As one of the twelve stones of Aaron's Breastplate, Jasper has unique qualities that is capable of healing and protection.
Turquoise is one of the twelve stones of Aaron's Breastplate from the Bible. Check out the origins of this beautiful stone.
Ancient city, Tampoc of Mesoamerica, in Mexico, has new and exciting discoveries of the oldest known culture of the Americas!
Discover mud pudding and butterflies at the mud bar!
At a tee pee camp the night gave way to the children of the moon.
Beryl gem stones are two of the stone found on the Breastplate of Aaron. Discover what other qualities this stone possesses.
Be amazed at the alernative and practical uses of hand sanitizer. From a stain remover to pimples, see what other creative uses you can use!
Like Water For Chocolate, is a great movie from 1992. This Spanish love story is easy to follow with the English subtitles. Mixing love and food that turns to magic.
It can be very difficult living with a PTSD spouse. Learn what PTSD is and how you can help the one you love ones.
12 stones to the Biblical Brestplate of Aaron and here is one of the sacred stones,the Opal.
Twelve stones belong on the Biblical Breast Plate of Aaron, Sapphire is one of these sacred stones.
Here are five easy attainable herbs for healthy body and mind!
Who is Leonard Peltier? He is a Native American Indian political prisoner, who has extend his voice beyond the cell walls to the ears of the People.
Discover more creative and unique ways to recycle and help save our beautiful planet, Earth!
Learn what the drug, methamphetamine, can do to your body. There are devasting effects that mark you for life if not kill you. Here are five excellent reasons not to do meth!!!
Want to know how to build a Native American Sweat Lodge? Explore what this sacred ceremony means to the Native Peoples.
Who wants an easy frybread recipe? Here is one that is simple and easy to fix!
With acorns on a slow fall day, two eleven years olds find a way to create a memorable childhood moment.
Sharing an experience of cutting my long hair, I learned about some interesting history about hair and the joy of giving to Locks of Love!
Watching an Indigo Bird, learn how his life can be applied to your own.
Five Native American Indian Vietnam Veterans gather and begin a source for their healing and pooling together reflections of Vietnam Veterans.
Poem from the collection of "PAINTING WITH WORDS POETRY. A vision of how God lays his seeds in us all, but only a few seek the truth.
A story of a 4 year who discover miracles and the power of prayer.
Poem from the collection of "PAINTING WITH WORDS POETRY. A reflection of how one see the Earth of today and the destruction of the great beast.
Poem from the collection of "PAINTING WITH WORDS POETRY. Poem reflecting the grace of a foggy river.
A wonderful spun story from the Father/Daughter Stories. A father's approach to healing open wounds comes with such gentleness.
Understanding of holistic and homeopathy medicines and treatments will help in the healing you may seek.
Discover how Iris came to be a regal plant and how the Blue Flag Iris connects a daughter with her mother.
Little red caboose brings back childhood memories, but where have they gone?
Read how one young woman's little white lie cost her time in jail!
Beautiful horses expressing human behaviors, reflecting wonderful living!
Poem from the collection of "PAINTING WITH WORDS POETRY. A poem reflecting love lost and the beauty of rediscovering the heart.
Music drives our lives and places us in good humor. Read how music influenced one's outlook on life.
In this short piece, discover how one's way of accepting death came through the four leaf clover and the learning of the clover symbols and meanings.
Some know as "Marty Boys", the Rouse Case is about four young Native American Indian Sioux men who were wrongly accused of sexual crime, when in reality they are Native American Indian political prisoners.
Another, in a series of Father/Daughter stories, that find a wonderfully tender Father and Daughter expressing their relationship in a rolled red and white stripped peppermint starbrites!
Faith in wishes can often lead to joys and discoveries. A dandelion wish reflects a faith.
See how one child reminds us of what is truly Holy and Sacred.
A poem from collection of PAINTING WITH WORDS POETRY. A reflection of the native people and their ability to find hope.
Poem from the collection of "PAINTING WITH WORDS POETRY. A poem, Lakota Prairie People, describes the grace shared by the prairie grass and the People who live along side.
Checking into the beginning of this springs garden, I am delighted to find chamomile, cilantro and cabbage renewing itself for the season.
Tired of the same old fried or bar-b-que chicken. Try this twist on a Mexican flavor, easy to assemble dish. The lime and mustard marry up nicely!
Discover how the simple act of rock skipping can become a life lesson and reflection in one Mother's life, the letting go of her children.
What is a Mexica Moon Dance? Discover the re-emergence of ceremony from Central, North and South America.
Learn about the ancient pine trees and the symbolism of the pine cone.
Discover how one car wreck reminded one of a life lesson of sink or swim and they restored their faith and trust.
Fishing on a lake or river bank is always rewarding to both the heart and soul. Read about how one Father left an everlasting impression on his children.
Bring back that memory of the fallen snow. The first snow that make you giggle with delight, the crystal memories give way to a life insight.
Here is another one of those Father/Daughter stories about an Izod sweater which will always remind me of my father the and close relationship we had, even in the spirit world.
Wonder what Jesus would do if he had pot? Read one point of view and open your mind to the possibility.
So what is a penny worth? Check out unbelievable value and take a look at the history and lore of the penny.
Are the hymnals of the past becoming like dinosaurs? Give into the art work of written word and written music and how it stands in the spritual aspects of our lives.
There is that still moment between the changing of night to day. During the sunrise or sunset, discover the moment that stands still in each and everyone of us.
Look at the mascots from a Native American point of view. Understand the Native American Indian sport mascots and the emotions behind the misconceptions.
It is in nature that often I see the face of God. In those moments of great awesomeness do we touch thy cheek.
Persimmons throw me back to memories of my father and in the process, I discover how delicious this "fruit of the gods" really is.