Sunday, August 20, 2023

Unseen Smiles Heal the World & Pastry

A L O H A From Honolulu!

Rise above the clouds.
See the world from
a higher perspective. Feel the wind and
the sun on your face. Be free, my soul friend, Soaring high There is nothing to fear Just believe in yourself.

 If you look closely at a tree you'll notice it's knots and dead branches, just like our bodies. What we learn is that
beauty and imperfection
go together wonderfully.
Matthew Fox

In the still of the morning
The world wakes to green,
Sun rushes in
all smiles with flash
And all the birds
are singing.

Help end conflict
Be the off-ramp

Smiling is what
kindness looks like


Love You,


Linking To
Monday Murals 

Hawaii Food Depicted Left to Right

Loco Moko with Gravy All Over &
2 scoops rice like little lambs.

Shave Ice in Cup
Pastry with Ube *

ONO = Hungry or Delicious
GRINDS = Food You Like
YUM = Yum

* Ube (pronounced "OO-beh") is a purple yam that is native to Southeast Asia and is predominantly used in Filipino cuisine. It is a starchy tuber with a distinct purple-colored flesh that varies in shade. Ube has a mild flavor with subtle notes of pistachio and vanilla. It is often used in desserts, from cakes to ice creams, to provide sweetness and color.