Hi, hello, hey there! My apologies for not writing in awhile...so much has been going on. Positive things that is. So not to worry. Today, I wanted to write about my time in Hawaii and a lesson I learned from there. It seems I'm always learning something new. Hence, why I want to share with you. Maybe you can also take my lesson learned and use it to your benefit =)
Let me start off by offering my gratitude for this family trip to Hawaii. My family and I try to do this every summer. However, not all of us can always attend every summer. Like last year, unfortunately, I had to stay behind and work. But none-the-less, I am very thankful I was able to join this year and all the other years before that.
Hawaii is beautiful with its never ending coastal view, and when the sun sets...oh we are gifted with such a gorgeous sight full of warm colors that melt into one another. The sky starts with a golden orange and melts into a burnt pink which then seamlessly transitions to a bright purple. Add some swaying coconut trees and the pitch dark waves of the ocean and you have yourself a beautiful cocktail of colors for the eyes. It was lovely.
Our time in Hawaii was never wasted. We rose at 6am and left the house by 7 or 8am for our morning swim at the beach or stand-up paddle boarding at the harbor or hiking near waterfalls. At night, we drove up to Maunakea and stayed as guests under the stars or we sat on the beach at magic sands and watched the sunset to offer its light on the other side of the world. It was magical. As magical and thankful as I am for my experiences, here is where my lesson came in...
Aloha beauties! Sorry I haven't written in awhile. My family and I recently went on a trip to the Big Island, Hawaii (Kona side). My daughters were there for a little over three weeks and I for about two. As soon as I'm settled, I'll upload some pictures of our trip and start writing more blogs. So many great changes happening, I can't wait to share with you all...until then enjoy this great video my daughter Destiny created of our trip and have a beautiful day loves!
A little about me...
I'm learning how to look at everything with love, even if it seems impossible, like rush hour traffic. I want to share my journey of self-love so that others may want to emulate and pass it on into the universe. Ohh...and sometimes people call me Suzie.