Mele Kalikimaka

It’s the one day of the year all around this lovely blue marble that people of many nations and cultures celebrate with songs of good cheer, love and family. There are also many songs that celebrate the beauty of our natural world, the good food we share, forest trails and towns blanketed in snow and the warmth and memories in the flickering flames of fire.

Mahalo to all  for your support in getting this blog started. From this little speck of land  2,000 miles from anywhere I wish you Mele Kalikimaka.

Mele Kalikimaka is the thing to say on a bright Hawaiian Christmas Day. That’s the island greeting that we send to you from the land where Palm trees sway…..

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promoting environmental education, protecting all species and preserving the wild places with art, music and storytelling.
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8 Responses to Mele Kalikimaka

  1. I hope you and your family had a truly wonderful Christmas! Also that Santa brought you all you wished for and more. 🙂

    • Well, there is no family to celebrate with but I do have my traditions. I’m still wishing for Peace on Earth. It was a wonderful day. Mahalo.

      • You have no family? 😦 I’m sorry. I hope I didn’t bring up any bad memories or anything. If so, I apologize for assuming.

        Yes, it was a wonderful day.

        Wishing you the best of the New Year!

        • Big Mahalo to you for kind thoughts. There are some family, but all far far away. New Years Eve was beautiful. Venus and Jupiter overhead and the moon shining a long silver path across the waves all the way to the horizon.

          • I am sorry they are far from you. I hope you get to see all of them very soon and enjoy each others company!

            I wish I could see them, I guess I would need a telescope for that tho. I am glad New Years Eve was beautiful too! I haven’t seen the moon shining in a path on waves since I left San Diego, many years ago. It is a beautiful sight to see.

  2. winsomebella says:

    And to you from the snowy mountains……

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