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Welcome to Aboriginal Expression

Hello and welcome to Aboriginal Expression. This blog has been designed to showcase the incredible Aboriginal community in the Kitchener-Waterloo region, particularly at The University of Waterloo. 26 more words

Aboriginal

Forget Forsythia

Forsythia blooms are one of the first signs that spring has arrived.  Often blooming in late winter to early spring, it lets us know that cold snowy days are behind us.  483 more words

Landscaping

Deer woman

Deer Woman, sometimes known as Deer Lady, is a shape-shifting woman in Native American mythology, in and around Oklahoma, The Western United States and The Pacific Northwest. 205 more words

Teaching

In beauty may I walk

In beauty may I walk

All day long may I walk

Through the returning seasons may I walk

Beautifully will I possess again

Beautifully birds, 99 more words

Teaching

Usdi Duya

As a small child some of the greatest words to hear came from my grandfather when he would say, “Usdi Duya (Little Bean) nvla (come).” There would be no telling where we would go or what we would do but you knew it would be something exciting. 791 more words

Teaching

NRI- Return of the native

As soon as an NRI (Non Resident Indian) lands and gets his bottled water, he scans everything with a mind uncluttered with things such as humility and balanced judgement. 310 more words

Humor