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Old 11-16-2004, 12:03 PM   #19
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Like Everyone else....

I have seen and experienced this as well. I am new to the pow wow circuit in the woman's Jingle Dress category. I like to go out and give 'er during intertribals, plus TRY to get to know other dancers. But there are some hard nuts to crack out there which can be discouraging. I complimented one well-known jingle dress dancer on her awesome beadwork, and was given the cold shoulder. That's fine, I am not out there to be Miss Popularity. I am out there because dancing makes me feel good. And that is what makes me continually participate in pow wows. I find that spectators are more friendly than some dancers...lol. Go figure.
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