Every 8 weeks I give blood. It makes me feel really good to be able to donate my blood and help people of all ages and walks of life. It’s also good for my body to replenish itself and make new blood. What’s so convenient is that the Blood Mobile pulls up somewhere in Kaneohe and the whole process doesn’t take very long. I just learned that my donation can save up to three lives! That’s pretty cool!
This was once a thriving loʻi kalo, taro patch, until the feral pigs arrived. The stocks were 4-5 feet tall and the leaves were 1-2 feet tall. Thankfully, on Earth Day (yesterday), my friend Calvin Hoe came up for a visit and he spotted this tiny kalo survivor hiding as best it could. Quickly he rescued it before the pigs returned. This makes me so happy because I can start over with just this one tiny kalo, which will become two kalo, then four kalo, and on and on. It’s the simple things in life that bring me so much joy!
“E Ola Pono” – to live in harmony and with inner peace!
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