|Yarima, formerly Mrs. Kenneth Good,|
and her son David Good.
"I live in a place where I do not gather wood and no-one hunts. The women do not call me to go kill fish. Sometimes I get tired of being in the house, so I get angry with my husband. I go to the stores and look at clothing."
Wearing clothes for decoration might seem like a concept that would be foreign to her, but shopping for clothes had been the outside world idea that she had grasped fastest of all.
"It isn't like in the jungle. People are separate and alone. It must be that they do not like their mothers."
The couple's oldest son, David, now 25, recently visited his mother for the first time in a couple of decades or so:
There's nothing too exciting in the story, but it's interesting to follow up on these individuals who got dragged into the history of anthropology. And it's nice to know that the son found his mother healthy and happy.
|Crouching David is 5'5." The village elder kept offering him the|
two girls on the right as his brides.