Thursday, January 1, 2009

NEW YEAR 2009 and 'OLE DAYS

Aloha kakou,

The new year began with a beautifully peaceful transition, no extreme fireworks and fleeing from the smoke and loud noises ... the first one in many years for us. Mahalo, White Center, Mahalo Ke Akua. Today, January 1st is the first of four 'Ole Days. Our regular readers know tht 'Ole Days are the days and nights when we honor the tradition of re-view, re-new, re-store ... like fisherfolk and planters who let the ocean be, and leave planting for another day we let new projects and new posts wait. Pete and I have plenty to review and some details on things began continue. We will post anew after the four day 'ole days are pau (over). Any comments you leave will be published and we will reply to them, too. My weekly DREAM COME TRUE Post, usually written on Saturday will be a little late as well.

A hui hou until Monday, January 5th, Mokihana and Pete

2 comments:

Susie Collins said...

Happy New Year to you! I am so jealous of your peaceful New Year's, I was tortured this year with toxic smoke. Now we have thunder and rain, washing the air. Enjoy your quiet days. Aloha, Susie

VardoForTwo and The Storyteller said...

Oh, dear Tita Susie, that smoke is the worst. I am so sorry to hear that. Take care and bless that cleansing rain. We are enjoying the quiet days and nights. Mahalo, and malama malama. Mokihana