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Foolish Men: A Story of Things Old and New

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This story is based on a dream I had.

They live on the outskirts of our camp. They haven’t been here long enough to understand our wilderness or our seasons. 256 more words

Short Stories

Book Review: Seldom Traveled by Marilyn Meredith

Seldom Traveled
Tempe Crabtree Mystery Series #15
Marilyn Meredith
Mundania Press, August 2016
ISBN 978-1-59426-433-7
Trade Paperback

From the publisher—

The tranquility of the mountain community of Bear Creek is disrupted by a runaway fugitive, a vicious murderer, and a raging forest fire. 274 more words

Full Reviews

Who Will be the Sun? by Joanna Troughton

Who Will be the Sun? By Joanna Troughton

A North American Indian Folk-tale

ISBN: 0-87226-038-0

Text Synopsis: It was always dark, and the Chief of the Indians was looking for a sun. 184 more words

Folklore

Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 945

Learning a new language can seem a daunting task. But when the language is related to terms, phrases, and words in a known language it becomes easier.

For example:

iyotake (ee-yoh-dah-kay) = sit

Lakota

Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 944

Learning a new language can seem a daunting task. But when the language is related to terms, phrases, and words in a known language it becomes easier.

For example:

iyopeye (ee-yoh-pay-yea) = rebuke

Lakota

Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 943

Learning a new language can seem a daunting task. But when the language is related to terms, phrases, and words in a known language it becomes easier. 6 more words

Lakota

Ohútkȟaŋ Origins No. 942

Learning a new language can seem a daunting task. But when the language is related to terms, phrases, and words in a known language it becomes easier. 7 more words

Lakota