'O wai kou inoa? What's your name?

O Kamakaokailima ko'u inoa

No hea mai 'oe? Where are you from?

No Hilo mai au a hanai ia au i Seattle

ʻO wai ke ahupuaʻa āu e noho nei? Where do you live?

Ke noho nei au i Makiki i ka ahapuaa o ??

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  • Yes, Pomai and Koa are my favorite acivist too along with my daughters. They seem to be everywhere with them.
  • he aha ka mea hou ilima? Made it home safe, but sat next to the 2 biggest people on the plane, so half a seat is better than no seat, dad will try an ollelo hawaiian as much as possible and you can help, malama pono Aloha nui Dad
  • who took that picture? i look like an idiot
  • Aloha Ilima:
    I know your interested in the Kaianui name. Both my dad and mom have a Kaianui ancestor. I am curious after finding out your last name as I am related to the Long family here in Hawai'i. My great grandmother Po'ou'i Kanialama was married to Joseph Chester Long and had 3 boys and a girl; then remarried Joseph Gooman and had five girls and three boys. I am close to my Long Aunties and Uncles and a few of my Long cousins. I am wondering if we are related. Auntie Ida Pakulani was a Kaianui Ka'aihue who married Henry Dwyer Keaonuiho'omehamehaokalani Long.
  • so then i guess i have you to thank for that awesome evening...Mahalo nui, it was FANTASTIC!
  • tnapaepae35@gmail.com
  • I just saw yr message today, I think it was delayed or something.
  • happy new year ilima!
  • Aloha e Ilima,
    I like yer pix!! I really miss home! can you still pick me up? the flight is on wednesday I'll call you with the deats!!
  • uh what are you talking about? what do you mean think of "stuff" there is so much stuff to think of? sorry this is a stupid comment I've been ups since 4:00 am feel free to delete. and will you go to this meeting wit me on Monday for Haloa?
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