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Sunday, December 31, 2006


Wednesday, December 27, 2006

New Year Resolutions!

So I was thinking about all the things I want to do in the next year. And some of the things on my list I already have planned and will be doing them.
4 days to go until the next year:

1. Join a gym or start some kind of work out program for myself.
2. GO to Israel. (Visit N and M)
3. Lead a team to Romania at the Camp of the Good Shepherd.
4. Find a potential Husband (of course if it's God's will)
5. Save money to adopt a kid from Liberia.
6. Sponsor a child in Romania.
7. Finish my notes that I am behind on.
8. Start reading the Bible.
9. Participate in a Hula dance at Church.
10. Finish Martha's CD of baby shower pictures.
11. Learn to Swim
12. Go snorkeling.
13. Visit my family at least two times.
14. Get a six pack or at least a flat tummy.
15. Eat at the Four Seasons resort.
16. Visit Family in Romania.
17. Visit Keira and Lianne in Oahu.
18. Go to the Big Island (it will be my last island to visit)
19. See C. and C.'s baby.
20. Write a letter to N (different then the above).

Well, Soon it will be 2007, Can you believe it?

Tuesday, December 26, 2006


There are so many tourists here that I am afraid I might run over some by accident or on purpose if they don't get out of my way. It takes me longer to get to work or anywhere around here. Also I think because they are on vacation they don't follow the rules. They just stop in the middle of the street to ask for directions, or because they found their hotel and have to turn. Or they cross the street where ever they feel like it and they don't say thank you when you let them cross.

Today someone at work made me mad. She just keeps changing my appointments for me and doesn't know what she is doing at meetings, even though she has been working for a while. She started aguing with me in front of the parents telling me I need to do something before the 3rd and when I told her I have too much to do she says that she has 9 papers to write. So, at least she doesn't have kids to see and her papers are just fill in the blanks.

, enough about my bickering over someone at work.
Have a great week everyone.

Christmas in Maui!

Well, I didn't wake up to a white Christmas, but rather to a sunny warm Christmas. I spent the morning with my friends (Audrey, Annie, Diane) at Diane's house in Kula. She lives in a tree house with a beautiful view. It is so quiet and peaceful.
We made waffles with fruit and had hot chocolate. After opening some fun presents we went outside cracked and ate macadamia nuts off the trees in the yard.
Later it was time for me to go to work, so I got home with 30 minutes to spare. I decided to open the rest of my presents. I got many wonderful things. I got some slippers and a shirt from my great friend K. N.P. sent me a big present containing some wonderful fun things. I even wore some right away.
I spent the rest of the evening with a great 6 month old girl and a 6 year old girl. I have more respect for those of you with babies ( and I had a good kid).
I hope everyone had a good Christmas and you all got what you wanted.

Mele Kalikimaka