Ya'at'eeh! Welcome, if you made it here, I was blessed
to have interacted with you in some way. I don't search for missing souls or lost ones trying to be found because sometimes
I find myself on the outside looking in.
I am Dine' (Navajo). To my fellow Navajo brothers and sisters,
Kïn'yää'ääníí (Towering House) ei' nishli, Tä néézähníí (Tangle) ba' shishchiin, shi chei' ei' Äshííhí (Salt Clan) doo' shi
nahlii' ei' Tsi nääjíníí (Black Streak Wood People). To those of you who might be lost, don't worry, I'll explain it if you
want to know more about my culture or our clanship.
My parents raised me on the Navajo Reservation, located
throughout the Southwest Region of the U.S. I spent my first 18 years of my life living in the small town of Shiprock, NM.
I left to attend college at Arizona State University in Tempe,AZ where I graduated in the fall of 2000. Since then, I've
been finding peace in exploring different areas of the United States. I attended graduate school in Alabama and went on to
live in Tucson, AZ for two years. I moved back to Phoenix, AZ where I currently reside working as a clinical lab tech. I try
not to limit myself on any of my own prejudices. I do have my own personal judgements and opinions that make me a strong individual.
But who doesn't?
My best attributes are my honesty and forwardness. My character
is serious but content with a sense of humor and self-humiliation. I like to laugh to make others feel comfortable around
me. I like to read African American fiction, gay fiction, self-improvement (inspirational), and some Native American
books. I write short stories & poetry, also. I like to listen to music, NeoSoul, R&B, and hip-hop are my
favorite. I like to enjoy every moment with what friends I have. I like meeting people from different areas
of the United States. I love to take pictures (as you will see). But I'm glad u took time out to look at my site, n'joy!
Ahehee' (Thank you)