Monthly Archives: August 2010

The View Near Sailele

So last week, I had to travel to the far eastern side of the island to check out some property for work.  It took nearly 90mins because I was traveling the speed limit of 25 MPH.  Anyways, I had to … Continue reading

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I Know, I Promised I Would Never Do It, But…

Ok, I responded to an add for an old used motorcycle for sale.  Sure it is 24 years old and rusted, but it runs and that is a big deal on the island.  So the owner met me at work, … Continue reading

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Sad, Sad Tree

I stare at this jungle tree every time I drive by it (usually on my way to Carl’s Jr).  It looks so lonely standing there by the parking lot, its arms chopped off for the convenience of the land owner’s … Continue reading

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The Conversation Every Daddy Banana Dreads

“Daddy, where do baby bananas come from?”  I can remember how uncomfortable my “birds and bees” talk was with my Pops about 20 years ago now.  Wow, I’m getting old. Anyways, that purple pod is called a banana heart if … Continue reading

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Han, is that you?

Yes, more adventures at the KS Mart.  What is it you ask?  It is a whole pig, frozen solid.  I believe it is frozen in carbonite, you know, the stuff Han Solo was frozen in.  If you take this piglet … Continue reading

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Mystery Flower

These flowers popped up all around my apartment complex recently.  There must be about 20 blossoms sprinkled about our tiny piece of earth.  I don’t know what they are.  So unusual, don’t you think?  I was riding around town the … Continue reading

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The First Time is Always an Adventure (Sorry, I’m on my soapbox b/c it makes me feel taller.)

So, I preached my first sermon ever last Sunday.  If you looked closely at me before church even started, you would have noticed that I had completely sweat through my shirt.  🙂  I was prepared for this though and thankfully … Continue reading

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