Category Archives: Hawaii

Stretchy

As everyone on the East Coast knows, the holiday season brings households full of sugar and fat. We are no different. I bought a giant plastic container for it all today (so no mice avail themselves of it). I don’t … Continue reading

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Human Touch

Today I went into the office. On the way, we stopped at the grocery store where there is a Starbucks. My son and his dad walked past the SB to pick up a breakfast sandwich. While I was on the … Continue reading

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Summer

I moved to NY from Hawaii. In Hawaii, it is always tourist season. There is never a time when there are not people clamoring to visit. I suppose maybe there are more in the winter when it is cold on … Continue reading

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The City

Have you heard that it is spring? I did too. People kept saying it. And while it is true that there is way more light in the day (no more sunsetting feelings at 3:30), it is still cold. It was … Continue reading

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Boxed In

When you move it is all about the boxes. A while ago I started sending random things to my mom. When you are moving and you know you are moving, it is best to put things aside to send as … Continue reading

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So Far Sadness

Before I moved from Hawaii, I started attending church. It was not so much a faith thing for me but a trying to sort out life thing. I chose St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. Partly because I had gone to a … Continue reading

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Bad Parenting

We live in NY. We moved to NY from HI. My son started High School in a new school in NY. His graduating 8th grade class consisted of 18 kids. His graduating class in his new school stands at 95 … Continue reading

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