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  • Member Since:

    April 11, 2007

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    Atlanta, GA

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    Native American

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    Pisces


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Profile Of An Apache Woman (Jay W. Sharp) If the Apache man defined the image of the warrior, raider and master tracker in the mystique of our western deserts, the Apache woman gave heart and sinew to her people under the punishing trials of a nomadic life. The woman saw her worth recognized in the most fundamental traditions of the tribe. We do this because a woman is more valuable than a man. We do it to accommodate the woman. The son-in-law is considered a son and as one of the family. The in-laws depend a great deal on him. They depend on him for hunting and all kinds of work. He is almost a slave to them.

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END OF 2008 IS ALMOST HERE!!!

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Sorry I have not been here lately.... too much and many things going on. Have started looking for a new job.....for they have laid off over 10,000 people so far this year and I am next year. Well, it was a fun run for the last 9 years. I do not know what or even where to begin????? But that will not stop me from enjoying this time of year.

TO ALL A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

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I am back!!!!

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Been very busy this past month. Plus I also just got back from Honduras. What a beautiful country. It was so green and lush. The food was just how I like it - fresh and flavorful. The beer cold and smooth. Although it was very hot between 11am and 5pm still the weather was very nice.

The people - friendly and I could not believe the bargins. I just bought too much. I especially like the baskets made of the natural items around.

I was also amazed by the people - the walking they... (continue reading)

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