I was watching my two children take surf lessons with a group of beginners last week off the coast of Kailua-Kona, in Hawaii. The waves were minimal, but enough to teach one how to stand upright on a board and
Month: November 2011
I viewed a most fascinating mural at the Jaggar Museum in Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park. Take a look. Here’s the same mural from two different vantage points. Notice anything different? From the right side From the left side The canoe
During Thanksgiving break, I took my family to the big island of Hawaii. We usually go somewhere together in the summer, but that didn’t work this year because both children had summer jobs they needed to stay in town for.
It’s Black Friday in the United States! Sounds ominous. But the word “Black” actually refers to the bottom line of retail stores, the day their business is supposed to start registering a profit for the year from the hordes of
It’s Thanksgiving Day in the United States. I love this day. It reminds me to be extra grateful for all the blessings God has bestowed on my family, my community, my church, and on the world. With daily headlines of