Ark and Canoe

10/29/16 introduction_-theres-an-ark-and-a-canoeGratitude for this Photo by Kirby Neumann-Rea Read More on this Photo from the originating article

It’s time now to tell my story. My daughter, Tami, attended this Native American event, on Indigenous People’s Day, renamed from Columbus Day, in Hood River Oregon, 2016. She has been part of the Native America community in Oregon, since meeting her part Native American husband-to-be in the Forest Service when she was 17! This circle has come full circle now, since the shaman you see standing to the far left of this picture, taken this month, October 2016, is key to my story, as you will read.

In June of 1990, before her marriage, this shaman came up to me and gave me a message from the Holy Spirit, that sent me in the right direction to search for my spiritual truth. Here, 26 years later, Tami ran into this shaman at an Indigenous People’s Day! She had not seen him for 26 years! She went up to him, and told him of the event so long ago, and thanked him for sharing his wisdom. She gave him a hug from me, and one from herself.

This week, Tami left for a trip of over 2 months to New Zealand. The gift she left me was the idea of writing my story based on the Ark and the Canoe. I realized how the stories on my websites could be brought together into a journey, told mainly by my inner child, Miri. We will be referring to my writings, maps, drawings, and pictures previously posted on my websites. Hopefully a full revealing of my journey will emerge. My webmaster and I started this web on 9/11/14. This was the 13th anniversary of the event that changed the modern day world.

Written 10/29/16

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