The good news: the first hurricane (Iselle) is likely to pass a bit south of Oahu (the yellow-colored island on the chart) rather than a direct wallop. The bad news: it looks like it will maintain Category 1 strength and not diminish to a tropical storm until after it passes the […]
This week, Hawaii faces an unusual and ominous weather phenomenon; namely, we have two hurricanes lined up to pass over the islands within three days of each other. The first puffer, named Hurricane Iselle, is expected to down grade from the current Category 4 designation to a tropical storm by the […]
I was advised by several bloggers that this photo from yesterday’s post screamed for a different caption. OK, here ya go, by popular demand: “Draw me like one of your French girls.” For those who may have missed the reference, this nugget from knowyourmeme.com: “Draw Me Like One of Your French […]
As I commented in another blog, dog bath pictures may be the canine equivalent of your parents showing your baby photos to your date for the junior prom. But here goes… Today was Max’s bath day. We usually scrub the Malt twice a week. Now, I can almost hear some of you […]
The condo party was a big success. Most of the preparations were done the night before so on Saturday morning we had only to bring the food, florals and accessories. The lawn areas were outfitted with chairs, tables and umbrellas in anticipation of a hot day. We were nearly overwhelmed […]
Hawaii is the 50th State and as American as apple pie. Except we don’t really identify much with apple pie. We’re far more likely to identify with haupia pie made from coconuts or taro pie or any of a bunch of other pies that exceed apple in popularity; things like […]
Today, our perambulations took us out of our K Street neighborhood for a visually stimulating walking tour of the wilds of urban Kaka’ako; specifically, the district owned and master planned for development by huge, local land owner Kamehameha Schools. Kakaʻako was once a thriving Native Hawaiian community with agricultural terraces […]
I got to get some of this stuff. From acne and psoriasis to windburn and tired arms, the not quite famous Ubalm – made in the USA – solves all problems. It even makes cartoon cows wink at you at least once a day.
We added a new love seat in the living room. It was in the condo for less than 3 minutes before it was claimed. Since then he refuses to share. Pushy, spoiled little dog.
Last night Max and I were ambling along Ke’eaumoku Street, trading wisecracks and sass as good buddies often do. We had pretty much agreed that hedgehogs would have a better reputation if they shared the hedge a little more. But I digress. We noticed a new food emporium had opened. Ladies and […]