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Heading Home to San Jose

The plan was to meet outside at 3am to load fhe vehicles, but I was 15 min. late! I didn’t hear my alarm, and it was a good thing that Bekah and Kanoe came knocking at my door. The drive was the easieat its been, clear, no cars, no fires…just dark! Got everyone checked in and hugs and kisses. Love all my girls, their silly ways, their youthful innocence, even when they forget themselves and get sassy…I “get” each of them, and their individual personalities, they’ve been with me for years, and they “get” me too, it’s unconditional. Mahalo first of all to Ke Akua fod keeping us safe on our travels, and blessing all of us, to our parents, our haumana and alaka’i that are keeping the halau running at home, our supporters, sponsors, and our chaperones for believing our ‘opio. Mahalo to my kids, all of you for being part of our special hula ‘ohana, for going above and beyond what is expected of you, for caring for one another, for breaking down any limiting beliefs that people may have had about you/us. I am so proud of you!! Eo…Na Wai Ola…Ku!

Stay tuned….
…I’ll Complete the earlier entries with photos, and other adventures we didn’t have time to share…now that the pace has slowed down, also we’ll have more entries from the ‘opio….once they have time to process all of their experiences. We wel ome your comments, especially any of you that we may have met along the way.

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