" August will be on the stands for one more waffles and a scrambled egg, I thought of my maternal grandmother's cornmeal waffles and I smiled as I scrambled the egg the way my paternal grandmother used to. Her mom teased her one day by throwing the rotten egg she had found at her! Our May issue includes stories on the sacred mountains, Salt Woman, Changing Woman and the Puberty Ceremony, carding wool, old Navajo dolls, the healing power of a mother's love, teachings on Black Mesa, and more. It's a nice day to reflect on those who have nurtured us, including Mother Earth.
It's an important tool for learning to speak Navajo in a Navajo-only environment.
If this works, we'll include the rest of the survival phrases.
The company statistics seen here display two important pieces of information about the business.
"Complaints Unresolved" tells how many complaints consumers have filed about the company on Scambook.
Nixon Martinez shares an Emergence story and a hunting story, Anderson Hoskie tells a coyote story, and Dorothy Denetclaw covers a Yeibichei story as she shares her husband's love of painting and making so many cultural items.
John Salabye sets the stage for the development of today's Nightway Ceremony, Chris Billie introduces us to his jewelry, Harry Goldtoth explains how to prepare Mormon tea, and Ivan Jones shares his passion for caring for the elderly. This post comes from James Mc Kenzie's article in the November issue.
March 18, 2017 - The LHSCA All-Star basketball games were held Saturday at Bossier Parish Community College.
In the boys game, the West team was able to get a 105-93 win, and in the girls game, the East team came out with a 98-61 win.
These lines give you an idea about what he covered.
"As you can see from the above, Navajo is like the work of a skilled weaver, incorporating techniques, patterns, and colors from artisans all over the globe.
and Nixon Martinez plus articles with Adair Klopfenstein, Jerrickson Hosteen, Loretta Douglas, Harry Goldtooth, and an article on Yaztah Nilyeed, Snowbathing, from Nora Young Lii'bil Naghahi.