So far this year, we’ve been blessed with multiple visits from our friends. It started in April and has been continuing for the past few months. I thought I’d share this thank you art from one of the kids. You can see him in the window, and the quail in […]
One of my fondest memories growing up in Hawaii was coming home and finding a giant bag of something good from someone’s yard on our doorstep. It reminds me so much of this Japanese game I used to play: Harvest Moon. In the game, you grow fruits and vegetables, tend […]
This past Saturday, July 25, 2020, we were expectantly preparing for Hurricane Douglas. My neighbor’s papapa tree had grown too tall, and I had promised her for some time that I’d cut it down for her. Saturday seemed like a good day. Several of the papayas on the tree were […]
Everything moves at warp speed during a pandemic My apologies for not keeping up with the usual plant exchange posting. Two weeks ago, we started hosting family friends at our home (in a separate unit). Then, we went to a July 4th get-together with family and had a health scare. […]
There will be shortages of meat and meat products. The West Coast may fare better for food availability than other areas of the Country.
Shame has a place in America. Obedience has a place in America.
The nail that stands up gets hammered down. ~Japanese proverb
I’m incredibly proud of Hawaii. Even with a few bruised egos in politics, we still managed to pull of the most important feat: closing our borders and controlling the spread of COVID19.