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Nolemana and I were heading into Portland for a conference on Saturday morning. I was so grateful for the rain, and I was thinking about that as we left the house. But I screeched to a halt (after checking that … Continue reading
Thankfully, the weather has cooled down. What a relief after so many days of unrelenting heat. When I first moved to da mainland, this one wahine said, “Oh, but you don’t feel the heat here like you do in Hawaiʻi!” … Continue reading
Wassap wit dis? Oni stay August and awreddy da trees stay changing color!! Still summah, u lolos!!
I know times were different then. But from today’s standpoint it’s really hard to believe women bought into all this. Yet at the time, it was normal. Though I expect there were more than a few nay-sayers even back then.