Crazy Horse Dreams by Sherman Alexie
Crazy Horse Dreams
Victor stands next into a fried loaf of bread stand watching other Indians eating. After you eat he was all set to leave Blackfoot. The waitress said, " They don't pay you any mind becasue your hair is usually to short. " She was wearing outfits made in Spokane, what informed him of the Indian grandmother that manufactured them. That also reminded him from the bank teller asked him if her shirt was Authentic.
When he was walking he saw Willie Boyd holding bone fragments trying to help to make gas cash for his trip to the powwow. Victor found a five dollars bill in his pocket and gave it to Willie. Willie a new RV which has a fridge, tv set and a sunroof. Following your old girl dug for a colored bone Victor Stated, " Allow it ride through the night, Willie We ain't going nowhere. " It was the first nights the powwow.
As Victor was leaving the lady intended for the restraunt said " You must become a rich guy. " Victor and her spoke about things for quite a while. He informed her where he was from; Wellpinit, Spokane. That they talked about generally there Basketball crew and the riv. Later the girl took Victor back to her Winnebago. Victor got slightly scared. She later advised him he wasn't her Crazy Horses she was looking for.
After that night that they got into an argument. Victor got her hand tight. This individual asked her a few questions. Then simply Victor involved to keep; After this individual put his clothes and boots about then grabbed a ale out of the family fridge. He said, " The Nothing. " Standing outside the house in the dark he kept watching the Winnebago's lights embark on and away. He considered to him home he wished he was Crazy Hourse.
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