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.
Excerpt: C&C of Honolulu and Hawaii Resilience Fund both donated $1 million to the Hawaii Foodbank . The food will be distributed at four Oahu locations, with the first happening April 30 from noon to 4 p.m. at Waipio Soccer Complex.
Hawaii has the lowest per capita death rate related to COVID19. How true to fact are the data?
Hawaii’s low rate of COVID19 may come to an end in a few weeks when local students return home from college.
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.
We’ve done a good job of staying at home for the past two weeks, and our coronavirus exposure is controlled. As a state, we should still be cautious, so this month will be a socially-limited seed giveaway so we can start our “victory gardens” and grow food for our family […]
They tell you not to flush paper towels down the toilet. Is this really a problem, and if you can’t flush paper towels, what can you flush? I wanted to find out, so I ran a test of toilet paper and compared it to three other items: Take-out dispenser napkins, […]