The Pas, Manitoba
I have been married for 15 years and am the mother of 2 small children. I grew up in BC but now live in Northern Manitoba to fight the winters and the mosquitoes!
5,925 words in 18 moments in 4 cities since October 18th, 2013
The pas — “The pulsing drum, often considered to represent the heartbeat of the world, accompanied prayers for the sick to be made well, the recitation of a warrior’s coups, and (of course) the dancing and song...
The pas — My family history, this book has a detailed account of my family some only going to Grandparents, but on my father’s side I have the family charts into the 1700’s. I am Metis. My father is Metis and h...
Cross lake — What is it like to grow up on Reserve? This is a question I have often asked myself. Growing up in an urban center, I don’t know what it is like to live on reserve. We learn from history books about w...
Suicide on reserves
Alcoholism on reserves
Growing up on reserve
My Christmas present
Wanuskewin heritage park website
My Métis sash
A gift from my father
The métis people in North America
Learning about my ancestry
Indigenous weaving from the Maldives
Balancing rocks in Puerto Vallerta, Mexico
It was a wacky Friday night...
Sunday morning... Ahhh
Welcome to the age of technology
View from my deck
My Métis family history
At the zoo, loving the ice cream face!