Monthly Archives: April 2014

“Da kine” and other useful words

My visitors often ask me for some useful Hawaiian words. Of course, Aloha (hello, good-bye and so much more) and Mahalo (thank you) top the list. But I always think that a brief description of the Hawaiian language might be … Continue reading

Posted in driving in Hawaii, Hawaii cowboy country, Hawaii's melting pot - ethnic groups, Hawaiian history, Hawaiian language, husband, learnng new things, my book | Tagged , , , , | 6 Comments

Kitties, come home!

All thoughts of self-care and introspection disappear when I’m protecting my children. No, not the girls; the kitties. Monday we were supposed to take Tiger Lily and Felix to the vet to be fixed. Finally they would be able to … Continue reading

Posted in Animals around the house, Cats, kitties, home, learnng new things, life choices | 7 Comments

Black moon lifts me from a black hole

It’s Tuesday morning and I’m taking Faye to Waimea for school. As I drive, I recognize I’m in a black hole, a funk, and I have to get out. I’ve been uneasy for days, but it’s escalated, or should I … Continue reading

Posted in Being present, create accountability, gratitude, Play, Positive Thinking/Choose Your Attitude, Trust-Ask-Accept with Gratitude, Using my transformation tools | Tagged | 6 Comments