I do not live where I was meant to, where my ancestors cared for lands, just as the lands cared for them too. I do not live in a place, shaped by creator's hands. I do not live where I was born to, where my parents happened to be, when their love was new. I … Continue reading Spiritually Homeless
There is something beautiful about, being able to sink bare toes into dark soil from which your ancestors sprout, and feel their embedded spirits broil. Something captivates you when you can look above to the same stars that were gazed upon by your kin and you can feel in your soul "this land is ours" … Continue reading Homelands
Susie Haida Life is an Indigenous YouTuber who is attempting to create a community on YouTube for Indigenous people. Although I am not on YouTube (for now) I did want to support her efforts by responding to the Tag she created here!
Recently over on Instagram, I have received a few requests to turn peoples selfies into digital art! I've decided to keep moving forward with this by formally accepting art requests or commisions. More details below! I will not charge for any art that is commisioned for personal use. If ever someday a company wanted me … Continue reading Art Requests/Commissions Now Open!
In this post, I write a review of Tenille K. Campbell's collection of poetry titled #IndianLovePoems read on to find out what I thought of this book! Before I talk about the book itself, I want to talk about the authour. (IMG SOURCE) Tenille Campbell is an example of an awesome human being and someone that … Continue reading Media Review: #IndianLovePoems