Hey...Things fell in place as it did and I am glad you got to speak with Uncle Fred. That's how spirit works around here. You had soo much energy and enthusiasm prior to your visit here; I just knew great things were to start for you and felt the timing for our "mapping" was to be for later due to the depthness of everthing in its entirety. Just the other day I did some energy work, a gift from one of my friends to prepare for this morning. OMG I'll have to tell you of my experience face to face when I get to see you again - it was awesome, took 2 1/2 hours. It was like what I remembered when I was growing up as a little girl taken here and there. I never asked questions and went along with the flow noting always it was so spiritual and I knew even at a young age unconventional. To think I have been alone since the passing of Kupuna Marie is not true, I understand now how other people in my life thereafter is part of the bigger picture which I am still making sure it is being focused right. For all the movement happening on all other islands, there are yet those unforeseen incidences that has its way to work for the good in all causes for koko. I know you can feel it, kind of makes you smile with this feeling huh? SMILE.
Okay den den I gotta get ready. I will leave in a 1/2 hour for Waimea with my husand and Ian my little one. He is soo close to me. Decided to keep him home for a personal day off from Preschool as he has been saying everyday "I love you very much mom with hugs daily." Even at such a young age he is soo sensitive to me and connects with all the love he has. My sons can be bullies - the warrior in them but they are sensitive and intuitive in their young age. I like that about my boys...of course there's always the childlike qualities they are still going through. But they learn through their own little trials how to accept a situation and move forward from there. We must take notes of their innocence to remember this in our daily lifes so we can relax throughout our chaotic world to remember where we came from and the good we all can do when we are able to work together for the common good. I know you know what I mean and Kohala calls to you to come back each time....SMILE.
Okay den...I must go, I will be in touch in a day or too, not much more than a week I hope. ((((hugs)))) Love to Makana for me ((Muah!))
What to bring? YOURSELVES! LOL...really just bring yourselves. This is just a pa'ina that will be relaxing. Kids can swim if they understand the current at the harbor but shoreline fishing everyone can do if they want to get away from the pa'ina. It's just a get-together. I've invited about 250. If I invited all those that I wanted to and all the relatives I'm connected to by koko, it would be in the thousands and too much to do in just a short time as this was a last minute decision for a pa'ina for Lauren. Although I'm not serving alcohol at the pa'ina, I do have an alcohol permit for the place so it's up to you and your friends to BYOB if it is alcohol but if so, be responsible and bring a designated driver.
If you're able to make it just bring your friends to the Pa'ina, not a problem. I still live the same place in Halaula, built a house in back of my mom. Think seriously about moving home now...cost of living is very high here...We want move to Tennessee, went for a visit this past fall for a few weeks to visit my husband's family and check on our property. We may wait until my 2nd daughter graduates from HS next year. Take care and hope to see you in a few months if possible. (((Hugs)))
I just received an e-mail from Paul and he told me you were there at Hale Koa. Glad to hear you met up with our classmates that showed up When in August will you be here? If you're here the weekend of the 9th (Sat), come to my daughter's Pa'ina down at Mahukona Beach Park Pavillion from 1-5pm. Just bring yourself and your family. It's a grad/going away party - small kine as she leaves on the 11th for Oahu then 18th to attend college in Oregon.