I am somewhat of a mix of Northern European: Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, English, Scots, Irish, and German. That's a heck of a lot tribes. I suppose I could name all the old Celtic tribes along with Mac Macartney. Then I suppose Angles and Saxons. Not sure what the original Scandinavian tribes were. Should I include Picts as they were from the area now known as Scotland? I just don't know.
I also saw a video somewhat recently by a Pima woman who talked about her body belonging where she was born but that most white people's bodies don't tolerate the climate because that's not where they evolved. I thought about this question as well. I suppose the closest I could come is somewhere in Great Britain where the climate is a tad more on the temperate side. Despite all the Scandinavian, I am cold sensitive, yet here I am in Vermont, born in Illinois (we can talk about wind chill factor some other time) and lived in Massachusetts for a time. In fact, my parents told me that I was allergic to cold when I was a small child. I don't really remember that, but my father was a doctor and would have known what he was talking about.
So, here I am, living on other people's land (Wabanaki Confederacy/Abenaki/Abenaquis). I grew up on the land of the Klikaapoi (Kickapoo), Peoria, Miami, and Oceti Sakowin (Souix; can't do the diacritical marks with my keyboard). I lived on the land of the Pawtucket, close to the land of the Massa-adchu-es-et (Massachusett) when I lived in the Boston area. (I found all this on https://native-land.ca/). I won't list the tribes on whose land I went to college. I moved around a bit as an undergrad.
Yet, I was born in the US. I grew up here. I didn't and don't feel called to move to another country. Maybe my body doesn't belong here. Maybe my ancestral tribes are from somewhere else. But, here I am. All I know is that my life journey has taken me from Illinois to Massachusetts to Vermont. I feel that Vermont is where I am supposed to be now. I think it will be long term, but that could change. Maybe I am just not supposed to live where any of my tribes are from or where my body "belongs".
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