WHERE AN EMPTY NEST MEANS ENDLESS OPPORTUNITIES!
Hi NancyMy friend in Hnl said yesterday that is is a very cool April. I hope things warm up for you. Are you going over to Kauai?have a lovely holidayHappy days
hey there. wonderful pic...i imagine a cold day in hawaii might be better than a wamr day in others...smiles. have fun out there!
Ahh wonderful Hawaii. The people and the music and the dancing and the beaches and the colours and the history. You are privileged in deed to be there, as I once was. Enjoy yourself.
What a beautiful picture. and yes a cool day in Hawaii sounds fine to me.
It has also been cooler than average here in Central Texas. I am wearing a sweater at the moment which is VERY unusual for this time of year...blah!
Enjoy the green! It looks so inviting.
I am having Hawaiin Envy!
And I'm green with envy! LOL! Have a wonderful time! I like the new look on your blog!
Like Pat (above), I like the new look as well! Have a wonderful time in the tropics - looking forward to reading all about it!
Lucky you! Yes, things are green here on the farm, too. Sorry I've been away. I've got lots going on.Enjoy your travels!
Wow, Hawaii!! How wonderful! You weren't kidding when you said you were going to find Spring! Hope you have a fabulous time! Aloha, cher!
Yes, I'm posting about the BRRRRtomorrow!(Love da limu :)Aloha from WaikikiComfort Spiral
hello there lady in the green! interesting your use of that phrase because that is exactly what i found in louisiana - and through the mountains coming back - but louisiana was lush with dogwood and redbuds and wisteria and azaleas and green everywhere - truly magnificent!!! can't wait to play catch up with you - seems i've been away forever! have a fabulous time!
Delwyn - No, unfortunately! Just Maui this time.
Lucky you. We've had unseasonably warm weather until the last few days when it snowed several inches. aaarghhh! Waiting for that to melt and warm temps back. What island are you on?
Lucky duck! Enjoy!
Hawaii! How absolutely marvelous, and I'm so glad you found some green. Spring has been rather reluctant this year, and I have been uncharacteristically impatient as I await it. Just saying, "I feel you on that one." with some ringing conviction. It's not always like this though, not every Spring. Sometimes Winter passes without much thought from me, and I look outside to see that Spring arrived without my really noticing. Not so this year, and I've noticed that with many other people. Do you think, Nancy, that we are all craving some positive change? That we are united in hoping for a season of new growth? Perhaps it has to do with it being 2010, and we all chomp at the bit for a sign of difference, a positive sign that we are no longer hibernating beneath the snow! Either way, you have a lovely time :-)
I'm with Butternut! That water is incredibly clear.
Have a Mai Tai for me! Or three or four! Lucky you...
Hello,Please could you go and visit The Wheel of Fortuna and leave a supportive message for Steve.His partner BobRobert is in the local hospice and is not expected to live much longer.It is not so long since his diagnosis which makes it all even more sad.Thanks for your support.Love,Herrad
You are so fortunate!! Enjoy!! And thanks for sharing such a beautiful photo! Can't wait to hear all about it when you return! ~Janine XO
The picture is wonderful. The water looks so inviting. Have a good time, won't you!Blessings, Star
I will go to Hawaii one day. It is on my to do list!Enjoy yourself!
Welcome back to the season of color!
Nancy turtles love eating that green stuff! beautiful picture!
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