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Celebrating Administration Professionals (Wednes)Day with an Aloha Mondays Lunch

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We observed Administrative Professionals Day at my workplace. TimeAndDate.com has some history about how this day came to be. The first National Secretaries Week was organized in 1952 in conjunction with the United… Continue reading

Waiakea High School Senior Project

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I had the honor of judging the oral presentation portion of the senior project from the Waiakea High School Business, Engineering, Sciences & Technology (BEST) Academy.  If you’re in that academy, you’re definitely… Continue reading

Tokyo Travels

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We left Fukuoka for Tokyo this morning. We did not have reserved seats on the leg from Hakata to Shin-Osaka so we made sure to get to the train platform early and stand… Continue reading

Getting Older with Good Friends

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***This is post #100 for Living Hilo Style! Thank you for reading along and following our adventures. I’ve been learning a lot about myself as I reflect on the things I do and… Continue reading

Married, Usually Happily, with Children

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What are your secrets to a long and happy marriage?   My wedding anniversary is this month. I’ve been married for another year. I’m reflecting on the years my husband and  I have… Continue reading

Exploring Osaka

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I thought I would be able to sleep in more today but Sammie came knocking at our door at 4:30 a.m. this morning.  So–up and at ’em again!  I woke up and prepared… Continue reading

Arashiyama Adventure in Japan

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Although my family and I have been to Japan several times we still find many places to visit that we had not gone to before. On this second day of travel in Japan,… Continue reading

Sights and Serenity at Koyasan

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First full travel day in Japan. I’ve been up since 2:30 a.m. since that corresponds to 7:30 a.m. in Hawaii which is a totally normal time to be awake.  Since I couldn’t get… Continue reading

Japan~We made it there!

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We flew to Japan on Hawaiian Airlines and landed at Kansai Airport in Osaka. The plane ride was comfortable despite the feet that appeared next to my seat. The movies were available to… Continue reading

Kain Tayo! Filpino Culture & Identity through Food

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Thursday, April 7, 2016, 4-6 p.m., Hawai‘i CC Manono Campus – Cafeteria Kain Tayo! Let’s Eat! The Mabuhay Club of Hawai‘i Community College welcomes you to attend “Filipino Culture & Identity through Food”… Continue reading