…storytelling…for all ages…hugmamma.
That’s my husband’s take on how I’ll respond to the day after, i.e. November 7. Today is Election Day. Washington’s movers and shakers for the next 4 years are being decided upon today.… Read More
Politics are personal. Most of us don’t like revealing our voting choices. We like to keep them…close to our vest. So it was a nice change to read the following by an… Read More
It’s hard for me to fathom The Big Apple coming to a screeching halt. Can anyone recall the last time NYC was brought to its knees? The Great Depression? After Sandy takes… Read More
we are but…pawns…hugmamma.
Women have a way of softening the edges around acrimonious debate in which men often immerse themselves…and our world. Would a woman…a daughter, wife, and mother…make a better President than her male counterpart?… Read More
The hostile environment surrounding our elections seems to eat away at one’s core. In order to prevent such an occurrence, one has to step back, breathe deeply, and take a broader view of… Read More
Visited Venice a few years ago. This is one of my favorite shots. It almost looks professional. But a photographer…I’m not. ………hugmamma.
…War and Peace. Sadly I neither read the book, nor was I able to sit through the epic film starring Audrey Hepburn, her husband at the time…Mel Ferrer, and Henry Fonda. Despite this… Read More
As I walked through the automatic doors at our local QFC supermarket a couple of days ago, the first thing that caught my gaze was a brightly colored balloon that said “Happy Boss’s… Read More
living in the past…no longer a choice…hugmamma.
It’d been several years since I was home to visit family in Hawaii. With my mother in-law’s passing, my husband, daughter and I made the trip to Honolulu with a mixture of sadness… Read More
Reblogged from artful intuition: Our memory is like a shop in the window of which is exposed now one, now another photograph of the same person. And as a rule the most recent… Read More
A number of my posts have referenced my cultural heritage…I’m Hawaiian. I’m also half-Chinese, although I know very little about the culture since my father died when I was one, and my mom was never… Read More