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Now and Then

I graduated high school in June of 2014…however I finished school in January so I was 17 when I finished classes and 18 when I attended the ceremony.  My Native grad dress, this also happened in June. My mom and I attended a 6-8 week sewing course and made this dress all by ourselves (with […]

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Graduation 2017- Pictures

After 2.5 years away at Okanagan College, I’m now the proud owner of a Diploma in Journalism Studies. Me and my ride or die, my best friend, the one who started this journey with me. Don’t know what I would do or where I would be, without my beautiful mother Tammy 🙂 Grandpa Phillip and […]

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"Struggles"

      They come in different shapes, sizes, times, and circumstances; with distinct and lasting impressions which may be positive or negative, usually depending on the person. Struggles affect people from varying backgrounds, orientations, beliefs, nationalities, cultures, countries, ancestry and so on. Those on the more pessimistic side of the spectrum see it as some […]

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Grad 2017

In my post about a month ago, I had just finished college and was still awaiting my graduation ceremony- more on that later. It was also just before the holidays, which I’ll briefly discuss now. My Christmas was fairly quiet because it was only Ryan and I. It was actually a good time because we […]

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Why?

I have only offered a very brief explanation of my career/writing goals on my profile:“The overall goal for my future career, and the rest of my education, is to become a “grass roots-gonzo” style journalist with focus on First Nations/Canadian related news, stories, events, etc. I want to travel and meet all the different people […]