Merry Christmas! You found me. Now we can sit down and I will tell you all about my journeys with the family. I will also tell you who really threw me on the roof. It was ....... To be continued.
Wednesday, December 24, 2014
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Friday, December 12, 2014
Thursday, December 11, 2014
Wow, What an exciting adventure I had with everyone. Thank you so much family for all your hospitality and friendship. I had so much fun traveling to see everyone. I am now home where I belong. I see that there is another Indian in this house. I want to surprise my mom that I am finally home so, I am going to see if she can find me. Here is a pic of me hiding. See if you can find me mom. I will only be here for a little while, then I am going to explore the rest of the house.
I once was lost but now I'm found!!! It's true! I was stuck in a suitcase and couldn't get out. It was dark and lonely and sad in the beginning, but I talked to God a lot during that dark time in my life, and I am a changed Indian Doll! You see, Lyndsey dropped me off at her mother's house....I indeed had a ton o' fun in my previous travels, but I knew I was in for some hefty vacationing with this new Mamapoosa. Ahhhhh....I'll get to experience the luxurious life of sales and travel all over the country! Fancy hotels and fantasy restaurants, famous people, and fashionable outfits with the most beautiful high heel shoes! I will finally get to shed this head feather and dead animal smock dress!!! I'm so excited! Wow oh wow...Did I get a slap in the feather! Five months later, I am Indian proof that what other people perceive and envy as exciting travel is like living in a real live circus. All hours of the day and on weekends I juggled fire sticks in the air while balancing spinning plates on my feather...a different kind of song and dance than what I am used to. My excitement dwindled as I was dragged through dirty airports. Sometimes we were even barefoot racing to catch a delayed plane! I sometimes slept on a hard seat with an arm bar up my braid! After a while, things got so intense that I was simply stuck in a suitcase and couldn't get out! Sighhhhhh. I learned so much in that suitcase. I was sheltered from chaos and got lots of rest. I learned to be grateful for my simple feather and comfy flat moccasins. I learned that less is more, rest is good, and some time to chill and reflect was as soothing as my peace pipe. I got to spend time with God and heal from the trauma of being thrown on the rooftop away from my Barby. Oh how I was able to reminisce my young life growing up in Valparaiso, IN. If I could only find my way back to her. She took such good care of me before I was brutally stolen away and THROWN into this insane version of Mother Earth.