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Category Archives: Hanabata Days: Highly Pidgin
It occurs to me, as I start to write these stories, that almost all of them are only in my head. They’ve made me part of who I am; I wish I knew more of my mom and dad’s stories, … Continue reading
This happened. Kamaʻāina to da max.
Here’s an old photo of me and my brother down at Ala Wai Yacht Harbor again. I think we were watching our papa-san rowing in. Try look my curly Portagee hair! Barefoot keiki, hanabata days. Good memories. I think we … Continue reading
I remembered to do it! This is a photo of my papa-san rowing my brother Kaniela and me around the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor. Our dad loved the ocean, being on the water, and sailing, and I am so blessed … Continue reading
Growing up in da ‘āina, was a big deal when people from da mainland wen come ova to visit us. No mattah if our friends wen come by ship oa plane, was still one exciting time, cuz back den, living … Continue reading
If u stay bored wit dese, no need look, k? I stay having fun wit dem.
K’den. Hea’s anodda one. I stay about sixteen months old hea.