The Anahulu (the week) named Ho'onui refers to the week of ten nights when the moon is waxing or becoming full. Using the New Moon or "Hilo" Moon to count as "1" or the first night of the Ho'onui, today is 'OLEKUKAHI, night "7" and the first night of the unproductive times. The link that follows will explain a bit more.
Pete and I observe the 'ole nights and days as times to reflect, review and weed through the activities and decisions already begun; planting nothing new, posting nothing new. We'll be back sometime after the four 'ole moons.
A hui hou,
Mokihana and Pete