Question: Do you think this book shows how Apaches actually lived?
How do you know, or how could you find out?
Trevor: Yes, because when I watch old movies they show it.
UA Lacey: Yes, but old movies often have a lot of stereotypes.
Trevor: Maybe, but not all of them are like that, like ones that
say based on a true story.
Chase: Yes, I think this book shows some of the way the Apaches
actually lived. But they had to make some of it up. I also believe
that they where always at war over the land and their freedom.
UA Lacey: True, some things always have to be changed to make
a story. And the wars over land are true.
Question: What future rite of passage
are you most looking forward to? Why?
UA Marianne: My husband and I will be moving into our first home
in a few weeks, so I'll complete this rite of passage in a matter
of days. I'm excited about meeting and getting to know our neighbors
(even though we're not really "people people"). I wonder
how long it'll take before this space feels like home, and I wonder
if I'll ever have a home spot that feels as comfortable to me
as my parents' house. I'm also looking forward to planting our
commemorative tree that will mature and grow old with us. And,
finally, I'm really geeked up about having a comfortable space
we can share with family and friends.
Joe: My most significant rite of passage has been turning into
a teenager because I am older and I'm moving on. I'm looking forward
to growing up and living the adult life and see how it is and
see if I like it and see it is better than being a kid.