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Of Christmas Past

The town of Pawhuska was founded in 1872 on the banks of Bird Creek, within the Osage Nation in Indian Territory.  It was named in honor of a tribal chief, Paw-Hiu-Skah (meaning White Hair).  A post office opened in 1876 … Continue reading

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Five Years Later

“Sometimes you will never know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory” – Iman How in the world has it been five years already? When I sat down to write this post about the anniversary of … Continue reading

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The Isolation of Grief

Earlier this week, I started watching the cult classic TV Show ‘Twin Peaks’.  My friends have talked about this show in high regard for years, but I’d never made the effort to sit down and watch it.  It was created and … Continue reading

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Three

Tomorrow marks three years since I received the fateful call that my father was gone.  Although it feels like a lifetime ago, I can still recall details.  I’m purposefully not looking at any of my old posts to see what … Continue reading

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