pehea? maikaʻi wale au. ʻae,..ua lohe pololei ʻoe,...e hui ana kaua ma oʻahu no ka ʻaha kane. he aha ka nuhou? maikaʻi wau ma hilo nei. e puka kula ana au ma ka pule ma mua o ka ʻaha o kakou. no laila, paʻahana hoʻi keia.
pehea ʻoe punz? ke aloha ia ia kekahi. haʻo au ia ʻoe a aloha nui au ia ʻoe kekahi. e malama pono,..ke akua pu,..a hui hou.
na hilo hanakahi!!
It was nice to see you and Puni as well. I really miss seeing you guys and everyone else at PLOW. Hopefully Lehuanani will be back next year. My girls are doing great! They're just growing and growing, getting smarter and sassier as the days go by. They are my little miracle- blessings. Keonaona is finally learning to "let go" a little and is really enjoying Waiau. I, on the other hand, despite all the work and headaches, miss the Punana. There isn't that level of aloha amongst the makua at Waiau that we have at PLOW. There is a politeness there, but it is a far cry from the feeling of ‘ohana that is present at PLOW. You Kumu do such a wonderful job there, really touching the lives of both keiki and makua, and making a difference. Alright, I'm gonna make myself cry pretty soon. I hope this comment finds you and Puni happy and blessed. Malama. Me ke aloha, Kaleimokihana
Aloha mai e ke hoa. Pehea mai nei 'oe? Ua pono wau e no'ono'o 'o wai lå këía. Mana'olana wau ua maika'i nå mea a pau nou. Pehea mau nö kau hana ma ka Pünana Leo o Wai'anea? Ua ha'o 'ia 'oe nå hålawai i hala 'iho nei. I hopena pule maika'i iå 'oe. Malama pono a 'ike hou wau iå 'oe. Aloha
OK! ʻAʻole au i ʻae koke i kēia nei e lilo i hoa ma muli o koʻu maopopo ʻole i ke kanaka nāna i kapa i kona inoa ʻo Momona Boy. ʻO ʻoe kā kēia!!!
Pehea mai nei ʻoe? Lōʻihi, ʻaʻole nō kāua i walaʻau. E kelepona mai iaʻu i hiki iā kāua ke kamaʻilio kelepona a ʻike nō au i ka holomua. Wahi a Noelani e haʻiʻōlelo ana ʻoe ma ka ʻAha. Mahalo nui loa kou kūpaʻa a ʻimi ikaika i nā makahiki i hala iho nei.