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Political History Tuesday: Roosevelt Overrules Nimitz with Bad Results

Fortunately for the United States in the Pacific in World War II, President Roosevelt focused most of his “expertise” on Europe, trotting along after a misguided Churchill. 451 more words

Franklin Roosevelt

Hawaii's Fruity Bounty

It should be wonderful to be a vegetarian and live in a state that bears fantastic fruit year round…right?

While the fruit is awesome to photograph and beautiful to look at, fruit is bittersweet to me because almost all of it makes me gag. 148 more words



I’m floating at the moment. I may not know exactly where I’m headed, but I’m learning that most people don’t. Life is a series of trial and error. 666 more words


The Process of Getting Lost-Part 2- Doctor, Who?

So today I went to see the doctor.

I’ve always hated going to the doctor (not that I can imagine many people look forward to it) but I’ve always been the worst-case-scenario kind of gal who expected each and every appointment to end with them telling me I was gonna die from some horrible exotic disease or something… 480 more words

Cruise Ship

Apricot Greek Yogurt Scones

Today was Roomie #1’s family’s last day visiting us in Hawaii. After a visit full of beaches and hikes, shopping and shave ice, and a whole lot of relaxation time, they are headed back to Maine and we are slowly getting back to a normal routine. 484 more words


Veterans affairs secretary in Hawaii to discuss challenges including homelessness

The secretary of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is in Hawaii to talk about veteran employment and homelessness.

Robert McDonald met Monday with local government and business leaders. 293 more words


10 Rules For Living A Beautiful Life

In a world where there’s work and school and friends and families and bills that need paid and on top of all of that our cell phone won’t stop ringing…finding inner peace can sometimes feel like a thing of the past.  919 more words