Old and Busted: Sacajawea. New Hotness: Sacajariah.

November 9, 2008

It’s story time boys and girls. Gather ’round and I’ll tell you the legend of Sacajariah:

A long time ago in a land called Te-shmecula, there lived a young couple named Dryan and Cristinaba. One day the couple decided that they wanted to have a baby. So one night they [edited for content].

Several months later Dryan and Cristinaba announced to their friends and families that they indeed would be having a baby soon. Because this young couple was exceptionally prepared, they had a name already selected for their little girl: Sariah. But before they could name her. Many distant cousins came traveling from their villages far away. “No, no!” they exclaimed. “That name will not fit at all! She should be named Sacajawea!”

The young couple and the distant cousins battled for days and days. The young couple eventually won out and the child was named Sariah. But the cousins gathered together after their loss. They called upon magical powers and they cooked potions in huge pots. They lit fires and danced and shouted magical spells. Finally, after many days and nights, their magical efforts succeeded — but only slightly. Now, one night a year, Sariah changes from a little suburban white girl to…

SACAJ-ARIAH: Indian princess and Mountain Explorer Extraordinaire!



  1. So if you haven’t figured it out, this is our Halloween post. Sariah was an Indian for the second year in a row. Ryan and I have decided she will be an Indian until she can tell us she wants to be something different. I am very proud of the fact that I was able to make her costume again this year (with a little help from my mom). She did great walking up to the houses and walking around the neighborhood. We only went up and down a couple of streets, but we had a great time.

  2. Cute! Her little moccasins are awesome! Very impressive.

  3. She is so cute in her little Indian outfit.

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