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I LOVE “Never Alone!”
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And if you’ve already got yours, here are all the games already available on the platform. 😀
I am Ojibwe and my name is Wabun Anung which means Morning Star. I wanted to share with you the amazing gift the Inuit Elders gave their XBox One generation grandchildren to have a chance to learn the Inuit language, culture, and spirituality in this video game “Never Alone.” This is an enormous blessing to these Inuit children where the Inuit Elders have successfully gotten down to their Inuit grandchildren level to play. The power of play is so amazing that I challenge the Ojibwe nations and the other Native American Nations to get down to their children’s levels and teach them their Native American culture using the “Never Alone” Inuit model to teach Native American language, culture, and spirituality to the next generation.
Chi Miigwetch, (Thank you very much in Ojibwe)
White Turtle Rainbow
My Impression of “Never Alone” Game
I love Magic the Gathering…especially the latest video game consoles.
Magic Origins Prerelease Summary
We hope you all had a wonderful time at your prerelease events over the July 11th – 12th weekend! If you made it out to any of our events, we thank you immensely. We could not host such great events without your support!
This set seems really promising with the number of players that showed throughout the weekend. Our Friday night exceeded expectations with a total of 87 players enrolled! We managed to sell through all of our allotted stock of Magic Origins Prerelease kits!
Notable cards from the prerelease:
We noticed that the Thopter Spy Network was doing especially well. This card seems as though it will do particularly suited for Sealed or Draft format, not to mention EDH. Pair it with Sword of the Animist to produce a token with flying that will be able to pick up the sword every turn.
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Hi I am White Turtle Rainbow Gamer Girl! I am Native American of the Ojibwe tribe. I have PTSD and Bipolar and I cope by playing and writing about the healing power of games. I love games, quality time, play, and fun! I love video games, board games, card games, and roleplaying games! Love games too? Let’s talk? Let’s play?
I launched YouTube channel and writing series called White Turtle Rainbow Gaming with Brandon Humphrey! Love the healing power of games as indicated by Trauma Informed Care research. Love writing about games helping others with disabilities to overcome through the healing power of playing games.
Thanks in Advance,
White Turtle Rainbow
White Turtle Rainbow Gaming
I have an interesting day of meeting new people today. First was the Emergency Salvation Army Worker who brightened my day with her sparkling royal blue medallion necklace with her bright shining smile and eyes. Her mind is razor sharp as she swiftly multitasking Regional 6 housing forms to get in order this thick stack of documents. She informs me that on a specific date the section 8 housing is going to open on a first come first basis kinda like winning the lottery. I begin to imagine what my new home might look like with a smile.
Another special person I met today is my therapist. She informs me that her mother is named Winona which I think is a happy synchronicity I normally do not hear. I joyfully inform her Saturday is my birthday Lucky 7-11. After I share in great detail about how domestically violent verbally with tons of stigma I experienced by my spiritual in laws, I share about my status of my relationship. That the leader of NAMI Family to Family indicated that my loved one likily has Bipolar and PTSD which is the very stigma thing his family crucified and attacked me for. It must be scary to watch someone get brutally attacked for having PTSD and Bipolar by their family then one day a psychiatric nurse tells you you have probably have the exact same illnesses and if you verify that you do have it they will attack you just as brutually.
I winded up the conversation by looking at the Therapist and singing to her a healing Native American song I used to sing with my Medicine Woman Foster Mother Eleanor. I felt good when my therapist declared how intelligent I am, that it is great I am telling my Crazy Quilt: An artist’s story with living with mental illness. Most importantly I am going to play poker with my new friends at my group home. I love the most about the group home is that I can walk to the library to have computer and Internet access. As I take in a deep breath, it feels good to have Great Creator as my lifeguard so I am no longer in a drowning situation and I can finally breath fresh air.