weekly photo challenge: everyday life

I hate to rub it in, but this is what everyday lifeΒ is like in Hawaii.

Islanders can put in a full day’s work…and still head to the beach. One brother-in-law surfs at 6 a.m. And it’s commonplace for workers to lunch at the beach, and for families to picnic there in the evening.

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Makes me homesick for the islands.

…but i’ve memories galore…

………hugmamma.

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    • I know. Life is so laid back. The sun almost always shines. Days, and nights, are casual. Getting together with friends and family is relatively easy. We organized an evening picnic at the beach with a morning’s notice. Folks came after work, picking food up on the way. Yummy potluck!

      …fun memories, for sure… πŸ™‚

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    • Yes, it is customary to remove one’s shoes when visiting someone’s home. I think the custom is of Japanese origin. They were early immigrants to the Hawaiian islands. It’s not necessary to do so at stores, however. That might be a nightmare keeping track of everyone’s shoes.

      …it is lovely wearing flip flops…or going barefoot…all the time. πŸ™‚

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