Category Archives: patience

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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Great Skate

I am struggling with peeling my son off of his devices. It seems that his eyeballs are glued to a screen. He takes his phone into the bathroom and is on it now while waiting for the game on the … 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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Upside Down

We have been in NY for about two months, in our apartment for one day past one month. It was our one month anniversary yesterday. In my mind, there are lists of things that I have had to do since … Continue reading

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No Instruction Manual

My significant other picked up our son from school today. A lot had gone one there. There was a hike at the Nature Center close to our place. There was the threat of being told by someone in his class … Continue reading

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Cultural Fail

Last weekend the Hōkūleʻa came back home. The Hōkūleʻa is a Native Hawaiian sailing canoe navigated solely by using the stars. The Hōkūleʻa is part of the rebirth of Hawaiian culture and she has been on a voyage around the … Continue reading

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