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Before I moved to Page Arizona, I always thought the traditional Diné (Navajo) greeting was pronounced Yah-ta-hey. Someone just smack me.
December Newsletter Like my previous newsletter, this is more for my benefit than anyone else (I'm still practicing). Before I get this party started, I need to point out that today is the second day of Hanukkah! For Jews, this party is already well underway. Happy Hanukkah everyone! November did not go as I planned.… Continue reading Ready to Launch–No Excuses
I'm not talking about Mayflower Pilgrims and Native Americans; I'm talking about finding opportunities to be thankful even when there doesn't seem to be much to be thankful for.
Navajo culture and society are organized matrilineally. Similar to the western patrilineal system of family organization, emphasis is put on the clan of the mother, and mothers are the heads of households and central focus of each clan.
How to organize your files when ancestors share the same given name for several generations.
I had no idea of the flood I'd break loose when I posted this photograph . . .