365 Days, Numbah Forty-One

July 31st

Yeah, I forgot to add the last day of July to my previous post.

Hairy Woodpecker at the new suet feeder that hopefully squirrels and Jays can’t get into.
I started plying more yarn.
And started a new spin. I love the gray-green and hints of purple. It reminds me of lilikoʻi (passionfrut) blooms from back home. There was a guy in our neighborhood who asked me to exercise his horse, Flapjack, so I went riding around the neighborhood. One of our neighbors had a lilikoʻi tree and the let us pick the fruit; I picked some from my seat on Flapjack’s back. Good memory!
Daily hummingbird at sunset.

August 1st

Kalakoa looking pensive.
Our first zucchini! Hand-pollinating worked!
Out neighbors’ Trumpet Vine.
Nolemana had a visit with the hernia Dr… fortunately, no surgery is necessary!
Finishing up plying on my electric spinner with my Andean plying tool.
Daily not-a-hummingbird.
Daily hummingbird foa realz.

August 2nd

Pīpī for AFK! I’m so happy they’re back in the pasture again!
Terrible photo, but I wanted to show that the Western Tanager was still here.

Daily hummingbird.

August 3rd

Keola decided to get into the warm dryer. Needless to say, we always check it before starting it!
Mt Hood from Scouters Mountain Park.
Greg came and played for us at The Gathering today! It was terrific!
Daily hummingbird.

August 4th

Daily hummingbird missile.
Finally settling on the feeder.
Food deliveries. Lots of yogurt today.
Swallows on the line at one of my deliveries.
Growing pumpkins at the same farm as the swallows.
The purple’s starting to show through more now, and I’m loving it.

August 5th

Yep, that happened. My yarn ball collapsed and I’m left with tangles again.
It’s a pīpī kine day!
Daily hummingbird.
Not a hummingbird, but a swallow!
Daily hummingbird with flowers and tomatoes.
This entry was posted in Da Kine: Sometimes Full-on Pidgin and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

2 Responses to 365 Days, Numbah Forty-One

  1. AFK says:

    Thank you so much for da pīpī pitchas! Makes me feel so spesho!

    I love the idea of picking fruit from horseback. That’s pretty cool.

    Did one of your pōpoki get into your yarn ball? Whahappened?

    • Mokihana says:

      You are definitely spesho! It was definitely cool picking fruit from horseback. We used to do the same thing with the date palms in Kapiʻolani Park! And no, da pōpoki didnʻt get into the yarn ball…it collapsed onto itself and got all kapakahi.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s