Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Holding On Nicely

This Oahu dance blog has remained very nicely right about where the old one, "Live Music" was. And every one all around us on Oahu seems to be gearing up to a good year 2016. Most of us in the blogs have short attention spans and most of the dance action that we are interested in will occur currently and we are not interested in "Marking our calendars for next year."

"Happiness in your life depends upon the quality of your thoughts."

Receive this a little late but all of us are still learning. The Waialua Carnival
Waialua High School, March 4 from 6-10 p.m., March 5 from noon-10 p.m. and March 6 from noon-6 p.m., free. Enjoy EK Fernandez rides and games, live entertainment from Culture Nation, Na Wai Ho‘olu‘u O Ke ‘Anuenue, Rodney Lopez, Pineapple Squeeze, Cover 5 and more, plus food, games and fun. (

"Adoro" por Armando Manzanero

Would be Paradise, living on the North Shore if there was some place nearby where you could work. But going all the way to Honolulu, Auwe. Some lucky ones can be home in 20 minutes. Now that is living in Paradise. Perhaps someday, we can all hope for the best. Anybody got something to say to da folks, Dis Da Place.

With just a few of these we coulda had it made in the shade. One tenth the
cost of the Rail Catastrophe and ten times more efficient. But we know,
It was the bread, Fred. Millions and millions of dollars in profits.

"The Following Sea" by Don Ho

The Shorelines of Hawaii, are the best attraction for living in Paradise, but the money is in the big cities and they want more. Keep the country, country was for the benefit of the very rich in Hawaii not the ordinary law abiding citizens. On the North Shore it means less money for schools, streets and no sidewalks. Definitely no shoe stores and no place nearby to work. The residents could live, work and play in their own kuleana without kissing okele in Honolulu. That would be Paradise.

"The only dancer you should compare yourself to, is the one you use to be."