When she has questions or fears about things, I accept them openly without anger or defensiveness.
I have no problems with her checking voice mail, texts, emails, or whatever.
Trust me, there are much larger identity discussions yet to be had on ‘who is an Indian’. This is probably going to leave you with more questions than answers, but I do hope that your perception of the question itself will have shifted.
I want to go into the history of the Métis, and talk about and quote some John Ralston Saul (okay I actually have no desire to do that last thing) but this person just asked me a question at a party and his eyes are already drifting over the lithe form of a single neighbour. ” I am impressed with your mathematical skills, imaginary pastiche of all the people who have asked me this question since I moved to Quebec, but no.
I have a hard time not addressing this question so sometimes we don’t to be linear. And here I have run up against the little ‘m’ versus big ‘M’ identity argument.
I was just reading some of the Log Cabin chronicle posting and I thought maybe you could give me some direction.
I am trying to trace my husband's family who were from the Stanstead area.