Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Sunday, November 28, 2010
we missed the game because jed wasn't feeling weel, but kaleb went with his grampa and they had a blast. we watched the replay on tv tonight and it was exciting. we're so proud of leland.
Saturday, November 27, 2010
Friday, November 26, 2010
little late on the post, but here are a few photos from last month when ren was in town. we met at little village, one of dad's favorite eateries. cassandra song made the cameo (thanks cassie!), which was a pleasant surprise... i'll just say it's a small and interconnected island. notice the unphotogenic kid i'm holding and his curious brother wondering what the hell he's crying about. classic.
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Saturday, November 20, 2010
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
me kaleb and jed took a drive around the island on veterans day. what started as a trip to sandy beach turned into a daylong affair.
1. kai'ona beach in waimanalo.
2. kahuku town. this sign was posted across from the high school.
3. kualoa beach park. these trees were weird... they were all bent in the same direction. like gigantic bonsai.
4. chinaman's hat
5. windmill statues. having just seen collapse, i wondered what it costed to build one of these things and what sort of carbon footprint was left. how long does it take for these "moneysavers" to actually pay for itself.
Monday, November 15, 2010
Friday, November 12, 2010
Friday, November 5, 2010
it's been rainy for the past week. not cats and dogs rainy, more of a misty kind of off-and-on style, perfect for rainbows. rainbow sightings have been quite the common occurrence lately and this one was caught right outside my front door. i remember back in the day when i went with my stepdad to pick up a mainland relative at the airport... it was this older lady's first time to hawaii and as we were driving back to town on the H-1 there was a rainbow up in one of the valleys and she was amazed. like full-on stuck, staring and in her mind i think she was pinching herself. it was so weird, from my little kid perspective, to see this grown person awestruck by something i thought was so "whatevs". rainbow shmaimbow, right? WRONG! i gained a new appreciation that day... i'll never forget how luck i am to live hawaii. chee to the hizzu, folks.