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Monday, May 26, 2014

Evolving Slow.

Dance Waianae still going right along in the middle teens in average hits per day.  But I am still trying to make contact and most people still think I am out to make a buck. It is pretty well the way things have evolved lately so we cannot blame them. Rotten apples, of course, but really not as bad as other places. Lucky we live Waianae Coast.

"One small crack does not mean that you are broken, it just means
you were put to the test and you did not fall apart." 


Once they are convinced that this blog is out to help everyone on the Waianae Coast, we will all live a little closer to Paradise and we will share. I have things to donate, and I am looking for organizations that help their fellow citizens. I just turn over a 22" Monitor to a group from Makaha that comes to feed the homeless every Tuesday. Nice people, they help their fellow citizens, I want to help them.

Not much dancing here yet. I have heard of Zumba and Line Dancing but they keep it hidden or I just don't get around enough. With the best dance floor in the West at the Waianae District Park, there is a good chance some group will find a way for social dance in this area. The Rail Disaster will force us to think more local. we can live, work and play right where we are.


"Sh-Boom, Life Could Be A Dream" by the Crew Cuts

We are doing very well to challenge the known and embrace the unknown. Accepting the known and resisting the unknown is a mistake. You should do exactly the opposite: challenge the known and embrace the unknown. Now is the time to take this kind of risk because you have less to lose and everything to gain. Great things are going to happen to people who question the status quo.