The second birthday party and a special guest.
He arrived on time in traditional regalia - beaded deerhide jacket, pants and moccasins. He was chuckling as he came in, because people driving past who saw him get out of his car, did a double take at the sight of him! We hadn't told anyone he was coming, so it was a complete surprise, and everyone was excited about meeting him. We introduced him to MIL, and she was entranced. Her eyesight is not good, but she can still see well enough to make out peoples' faces and clothes, and her hearing is excellent. He chatted to her for a while, then played three melodies on hand carved flutes, explaining what each song was about. Cameras, I-phones and I-pads were whipped out and operating for the whole time he was there! Everyone noticed MIL - she sat completely still, apart from tapping her fingers in time to his music, gazing at Red Horse with tears in her eyes. There was such a strong connection that everyone in the room could feel it, and afterwards she said when he took her hand, she felt such a bond as if she had known him forever. I told her she probably has, in previous lives, and she agreed.
Ken's nephew has put his video on YouTube, so you can watch Red Horse there if you wish.