We were on Kauai recently and went on a train ride in Lihue to the Wilcox plantation where we saw and fed PIGS, just in time for Chinese New Year celebration!
Their "oinks" were like grunts!
Our grandkids had fun feeding them bread. We were afraid that these hungry and seemingly friendly creatures would bite their little fingers!!
Such a nice experience!
and when ken's medical school classmate threw warm water out from his door this occurred.... almost immediately the warm water turned into ice crystals! Is that FUN for ppl like us who never experience severe winters? Or are we still adjusting to the low 60's we've been having recently??
Fun accomplishments this morning: editing, prepping for Chinese New Year, cooking before we babysit baby Colin.
No matter what level of accomplishment you have in learning tai chi, these core principles are IMPORTANT!
Susan informs us that Baby Colin insisted wearing his older sibs' Iolani gym shorts this morning! Then he wouldn't let her take them off! Is he telling us something? While Aunty Cc says save this picture so he can use it for his application a few years from now!
This almost vegan dish was prepared with very little oil for creating cake type noodles. It is very easy and hopefully quite healthy.
Tai Chi movements involve using your mind & working all the different parts of your body altogether as a unit.
First establish your feet alignment, then enhance movement with upper body such as to repulse the monkey ...
Save the date: May 4, 2019: everydaytaichi lucy's 6th annual world tai chi day at Kahala Mall, 9-10AM.
Save the date: May 4, 2019 for our 6th annual world tai chi day at Kahala Mall. Performance is from 9-10AM, followed by dim sum lunch at Happy Day restaurant.
Click here to view our past performances to celebrate this special day. ALL are invited to participate!
Bringing in new knowledge and movements to peak our interest and stimulate our body & mind for better tai chi!
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