Hello, The name is Van-G. I'm just a poor Navajo girl trying to make a living.
Compulsive reader, lover of books, art and old school photography, who believes in simplicity, elegance and good will. Nice to meet you. I enjoy music. I have a strong passion for it.
I currently live in Las Vegas. I hope you enjoy my photos and my blogs. Feel free to ask me anything. Don't be shy.
FROM MY LEFT EYE FLOWS TEARS OF JOY OF SORROW FROM MY NIGHT.
It’s Friday! Have a great day everyone.
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Grandmas Heirloom to us grand daughters. Her Pendleton & pillows. I can still see a few white strands of her hair. Bittersweet.
Today is day 20 without food for Ogimaakwe Theresa Spence, she has been in my thoughts and prayers the entire holiday season. I’m praying that the new year will bring Prime Minister Stephen Harper to his senses..
My only question is where are the rest of the Elected Chiefs of Canada? Why is Theresa Spence making her stand alone with no other First Nations Chiefs beside her on Victoria Island in Ottawa?
Women are the water carriers…
Women are the life givers..
Hey thats me! On my dads side. :)
The Navajo word tł’ízí refers to a goat in English.
In addition to sheep, some Navajo people keep goats. Goats are more inquisitive and daring than sheep, and also sometimes more aggressive.
They have mustaches.
There is a Navajo clan that is called Tł’ízí łání (like Kinłání), which means “Many Goats”. ‘Manygoats’ is a surname you’ll come across when meeting Navajo people.
“Every orgasm is an act of decolonization.”
-Dr. Jennifer Denetdale (Navajo)