The other day, I made another post, not knowing its different from a blog, so that post isn't on my regular blog. I wrote about the disaster that hit Japan and how thankful we are back home in Hawaii that our tsunami watch turned out to be nothing crazy. I just want to encourage everyone to count their blessings because you never know when you're gonna 'go'. I always tell myself, "I don't wanna waste my time on unnecessary grudge and hate 'cause if I go tomorrow, I don't want 'hate' to be the last thing I did in my lifetime".
Mostly every weekend my husband and I spend it with either one of our families. This past sunday, we hiked Diamond Head crater with my parents, sisters and niece. It was such a beautiful and perfect day to spend it with family.
|My dad, his friend, and my niece..leading the hike|
|My mom, going down the 270 something stairs.|
|The view from the top of the stairs.|
|husband, towards the end|
|My family after the hike|
Living in Hawaii, it's hard to not think about being blessed. From the view, weather and nice people, there's never a second you can't stop to be thankful.
|Lookout view. Going home to the windward side|
You can never have too much fun...my husband and I stopped by party city to check out candies before the movies and guess what we found?
Mahalo for viewing.
and remember to count your blessings.