Hi Lucy, I just want to say thank you for posting your video's. I have been following them since the stay at home orders began in March. I live in Minnesota and they are wonderful for someone who is immune compromised like myself. So thank you for posting your video's.
Hawaii's numbers are up again at 18 new COVID-19 cases.
We need to STOP
and reassess what it takes to keep our community healthy & strong.
After more than 100 days of not being able to fish bc of restrictions,
ken's back on to it!
It was not too difficult a decsion:
skip tai chi at Aina Koa at 730AM
or fish at 430AM
Today is also Hawaii's lucky day with only 2 new COVID cases, HOORAY!
As much as we feel to get together with family and close friends is essential...
it could develop into a way that the coronavirus can creep upon us
when we least expect it!!
Our family mango tree out in the backyard rules the roost...it is full of nice memories that we continue to be past down thru the generations.
Today, the 7th generation is starting early to get into the habit of trimming, raking and filling the green bin to keep it's nice shade, shape and great sense of peacefulness that reminds us of our parents who spent many hours taking care of it and getting in their daily exercise.
Our family mango tree was the nicest place to celebrate birthdays
especially Tai Tai's 99 and 100 and 101 birthdays!
Here Colin already is at ease as he finds a nook in the tree to enjoy and relax after feeding the ducks at the end of the street near the bird sanctuary. He also took a walk to the bridge to watch the school of tilapia...a few of the activities Popo use to enjoy doing as a little girl.
This morning we made the best of what we have but this mango tree is not perfect...it rarely bears any mango!
But like the count today for Hawaii is merely 6 new COVID cases,
we do the best with what we have!
Colin helped me edit and find the "good" pictures. It was hard work! So Popo had more time after he sacked out!
Almost 100 days of us sheltering in place...since March 13, 2020
We still have beauty around us
We just have to go slowly and test the water
Before taking that big dive
When opportunity presents itself.
As COVID-19 does its thing we change our life style to do our part to keep healthy.
Hawaii is still holding its ground with 17 reported cases today.
Never give up!
Our San Mateo grandson teaches you how to create your own aloha shirt ... a nice idea for a stay at home activity
Click here to view the Aloha Shirt Festival sponsored by
the Japanese American Citizen League, San Mateo chapter.
We're going to have to be flexible and move around things that obstruct us
both physically and mentally.
Under the golden shower tree & somewhere beyond the dim sum brunch, there were 11 new COVID cases in Hawaii...
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