Regular visitors to Comfort Spiral have probably noticed that I'm posting late (very late!) today.
My dad seems to be in his last hours.
My niece and nephew have come from Maui and the Big Island. My brother and his lovely wife have arrived from their home in Canada.
As I am here with my family, I want you to know that my thoughts also go out to all of YOU. The community that exists among us is a precious and new phenomena, and I am very happy to be among you interesting and accomplished folks.
So if I am remiss in my visits to all of your blogs for a while, you will understand. I DO intend to put up fresh pictures daily. Please forgive thin content for a while though, eh?
Meanwhile, there are still flotillas of small fry and happy visitors all around Waikiki. The newly renovated Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon beside our harbor home holds schools of baby fish. These tiny living treasures, the mesmerizing blue of our skies, the smiles of beautiful people; these are the things you notice when you leave the ipod, the mobile phone, and the mental machinery of thinking in your room and go out for a Waikiki stroll. Just feel the sand, the grass, the stone beneath your feet. Feel the caress of trade winds. Soon you will remember that life is more than just what we think about all day long. There is real beauty & relaxation for your soul, and it's all for free. . . When you're walking in Waikiki. . . Aloha! Cloudia
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