Friday, July 5, 2013

Dropped to the bottom.

The hits have dropped and seem to have hit bottom at about 12 average hits per day. So if they stay there over the weekend we can count on going up later.

"The heart and soul of blogging is the individual and/or
the group of individuals opining on the fly and
responding post-haste to one and all."

The people are generally still friendly and I believe they just never understood what blogging was all about. After all, social media on the Internet is not what they are acquainted with. Time will tell and some people are already beginning to realize that we are here to help each other and no money is being asked by anyone.

"I Remember You" by Don Ho

The entire coast from what I hear is acquiring some class. More politeness, less cacaroaching. More inclined to helping each other.  There is even some politeness shown by some of the young on the buses. The signs say plainly, Front seats for seniors or handicapped. Of course, they may be limited in their reading abilities.

"Morning Dew" by Melveen Leeds

The only big problem that remains is drugs. And on this Coast, they do a lot of commandments, "don't do this and don't do that," but little is done to promote solid information that can help those unfortunates caught in the trap.

Fortunately, we are about to get a Walgreens Drugstore just south of where I am standing when I got the photo of the Freedom Station. Some complain about the minimum wage that will be paid. These rich people do not know that minimum wage in Nanakuli is worth ten times what it is worth in Honolulu. And "I coulda been home in 20 minutes."

Newest blog on the Island and the fewest hits. Will be set
up like a Web site and updated weekly.

Up the Coast there are rumblings of dancing but no one wants to say anything because it may cost money. We have near here, friends with Zumba and they simply will not say anything about it in these blogs. We must wait. We will be all right if we can stay about 10 average hits per day while our friends and neighbors realize what's happening.

"Somewhere Over The Rainbow" by Bruddah Iz

Some are just struggling business and they have no idea at all, what a blog could do for them. But that too shall take time. By the end of the year we should have some Two-Centers and perhaps a Guest Author. That will make the blog.