#LaterGram My Mara is a water baby. She loves the water. It doesn't matter if it's a bathtub, a puddle of water left over from a typical Hawaiian afternoon rainstorm, a quiet cove surrounded by a protective barrier reef, or an angry ocean. She wants it. She doesn't care if there is a hand to … Continue reading No Fear
#LaterGram No, there are no sharks in this cove. No, it isn't shaped like a shark. No, I don't know why it's called Shark's Cove. But it was a very neat beach. It's like the lava rock created a barrier to the ocean so that there were calm waters where one could play. The basin … Continue reading Shark’s Cove
#LaterGram There were some of the coolest trees on the island. Some of them I knew the names of. Others I didn't. When I saw this one I asked my son in law what type of tree it was. He goes, "It's a Hawaiian tree!" Well, that's helpful. Thank you.
#LaterGram You know how you see pictures on Instagram (name denotes it's happening now) and they're hash-tagged "latergram?" Yeh...that's kind of where I am. I was on vacation and totally engrossed in my very adorable granddaughter. And maybe partially engrossed in warm weather, blue water, and sandy beaches. We spent our last full day on … Continue reading Feed The Birds
About two months ago Melissa got word that her and her husband were being transferred to Hawaii. I don't know about you, but my response was "OH MAH GAWD, HAWAII!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" Her response was, "But I've never been this far away from home and what happens if I have an accident and end up in the … Continue reading A Welcome Relief