Mix a Mai Tai, sit under a large Kansas Sunflower, listen to some ukelele music while you eyes are closed, and maybe the fever will drop! Probably not but sounds like a good excuse for a Mai Tai!LOLPic looks good in B&W.
A mai tai, now that's a damn good idea! It's five o'clock somewhere, right?Oh yea, the Hawaiian music has been playing for a few days now. Dish network actually has a Hawaiian channel so I can just turn on the sound system to the TV and listen to my hearts content. :~)
Listening to Hawaiian music on TV??? I give up! You are totally Beyond Hope! Guess I will just go fix me a toddy beings its almost Five o'clock and raise a toast to all my Friends and their Hawaiian Dreams! Here!-Here!
shame on val!
Aloha!!!!!!!!!!!! To be honest, I do thinking about Hawaii everyday. Therefore, I don't mind looking at these pictures.
Hawaii... Don't get me going on Hawaii! LOLLooking forward to visiting Maui one day, still haven't finished exploring all of Oahu yet!
Sure blame the poor little Nebraska girl who was at work ALL day yesterday sucking saliva outta peoples mouths, yes, let's blame her!! :) LOLHey Ron, since you're big on books now here's another one that I have found most helpful (maybe you have it already) it 's "Driving and Discovering Maui and Molokai." by Richard Sullivan. Great book and super tips for those of us who like to venture off the beaten path. Q...I think about Molokai daily!!Paul...think you would really enjoy Molokai too!!
Well Val, if you weren't leaving next week for Hawaii I might feel a little sorry for you. LOLThanks for the tip on the book. I'll take a look on Amazon tonight and see if they have it.I think we all should have pitched in and bought Lana'i. LOL
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