The Gift of Kū – Moʻolelo Monday

Aloha mai kākou! Happy Monday! I've decided to begin my first Moʻolelo Monday post with one of the first stories I've learned when I first began learning about Hawaiian language and culture - the story of the ʻulu (breadfruit). Plus, my kids at Mayor Wright just learned about this story the last time I was... Continue Reading →

Morning Person

I don't consider myself a morning person. I am the type of person who wakes up long after the sun rises because the darkness of the night had kept me company hours before. Don't mistaken this for me loathing the morning time, however. When I do need to be up in the morning, I absolutely adore watching... Continue Reading →

Dancing in the Rain!

Aloha ahiahi kākou! Good evening, everyone! 🙂 I hope you're having a lovely Saturday! My morning was definitely an eventful one today! For those who are not in Hawaiʻi, today's weather forecast had called for flash flood warnings and a whole lot of rain. However, my hula hālau also had a performance this morning! We had performed... Continue Reading →

Weekend Updates (ft. Hula!)

Aloha mai kākou! Happy Sunday, everyone! 🙂 I hope you all are having a magnificent day! This weekend is a busy one filled with what I love to do - dance hula. I started my weekend with my hula sisters last night at Ka Makana Aliʻi dancing alongside three other hula hālau to celebrate the... Continue Reading →

It’s Song Contest Season!

It's mid-March, and per my yearly tradition, I have currently been re-watching some of my favorite past performances from my high school's Song Contest. Some of you may be wondering, "What is Song Contest?" Well...imagine sitting in an arena full of approximately 1600 high school students. You have that in your mind? Now imagine that... Continue Reading →

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