The beach at dusk is like a sweet lullaby and the soft Hawaiian music breeds relaxation, but the trees . . . I keep looking up at them.
Even the long-necked palms work to provide shade from the tropical sun. Somehow, the paved, well traveled roads and sidewalks stand in stark contrast to the natural beauty. More bobbing around in the water today. Yesterday, a darling little Japanese girl played with her parents. She enlisted their help with her sand castle, jumped around to delight them and pranced from shore to sea with sheer joy. I wish I could have taken her picture. Of course, this made me miss Birdie and CB. They would love digging and splashing here. Finn would dive in the warm water - he's brave. Miss Bug could cool her toes, sitting in her walker. We were at the beach early yesterday and we still got a lot of sun. More sunscreen is required today, and maybe more time in the water than on the hot sand. The fruit is crisp and tasty and the fish is delicious! The bed is soft, white, and I've been sleeping more than I'm used to. Thank you so much for checking up on me, far away on a dot in the middle of the Pacific. I'm so happy to share the pictures and comments with you! BIG (HUG)! Aloha!