October 2011 Blog Posts (4)

Bouncing back

Thank you to everyone for all the birthday wishes and for being positive for me.

The good news is that I have had surgery (at the Day Surgical Unit at Gloucester Royal Hospital) and have had injections into my spine and surrounding area either side of the spine so that I am now PAIN FREE! There is no guarantee how long this will last but it has now been two weeks and I am feeling great. I just have to remember I am not a spring chicken any more and have to watch what I can do--for…


Added by Gloster Gal on October 28, 2011 at 12:16pm — 2 Comments

November-National American Indian Heritage Month

In recognition of the contributions and accomplishments Native American Indians have had in American history, the month of November was declared to be National American Indian Heritage Month by President George H. W. Bush in 1990. This month long observance provides a time for American Indians to share their history, culture and traditions with others.

Long before the president and congress established a commemorative month, Dr. Arthur C. Parker was one of the first advocates for an…


Added by LadyHawkღ on October 28, 2011 at 9:44am — No Comments


Osiyo All,
Hope everyone is doing great these days. I am back from two weeks away...last few days hiking in a wondrous place to be sure....will see if Lady Hawks' instructions to goofy me will help get a couple of pics posted...lol....she is a great teacher...me, on the otherhand with computers...well..enough said.
Hope to catch up with all of you soon
Look into your mirror to see life's greatest gift to you...what you do with it is your gift in return.
3 Hawks

Added by Tsoi Tawodi on October 12, 2011 at 4:26pm — No Comments

Of Bears, Winter, Us, and Lessons

Please know this is copyrighted material but wish to share this with all of you from a book I am writing at present...

Yonv (Grizzly Bear)

Few things will inspire the human spirit in the way seeing a Bear in the wild does. Strong yet gentle, beautiful and rugged, graceful and clumsy, serious and comical. They symbolize freedom of spirit and oneness with all that is; things greatly lacking in the human spirit of today.

Yonv is generally known as the Grizzly,… Continue

Added by Tsoi Tawodi on October 1, 2011 at 7:29pm — 2 Comments

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