Monthly Archives: November 2013

Roadkill

Dog. Opossum. Raccoon. Armadillo. We counted roadkill on the Oklahoma roads. An armadillo lay belly-up, with only the curve of its shell terra-bound. As we passed the armadillo a bald eagle circled ahead, making slow moons above the armored animal … Continue reading

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Home away from home

What better way to greet Native American Heritage Month than by travelling to the rez? My beloved and I are headed to Oklahoma and he will have his first opportunity to see my Osage relatives. If it weren’t for my … Continue reading

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Write

I welcome the chance to beef up my blog in November. Native American Heritage Month beckons me, and, starting last year, I wrote a blog a day in November. The idea of “once a day” comes from Suzan-Lori Parks: a … Continue reading

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