Aloha means more than hello or goodbye.
It’s a feeling, a way of being that exists on Hawaii.
We are very blessed to have Hawaii as one of our states. I am very blessed to have now visited Maui 17 times.
This trip my husband and I are here for two months. When you stay in one place for that long you take a completely different approach to your trip. Especially on Maui.
It is not one big whirlwind of activity. We get a chance to really relax into Maui and feel the Aloha.
I think of Maui as my spiritual home.
Warren and I are going to renew our wedding vows on the beach this year.
We celebrated 40 years being married last May. It felt like a good thing to renew our vows.
So to celebrate that occasion, I told Warren it was way past time for me to have a new wedding ring. Poor guy didn’t know that you reward a good wife of long standing with a new ring.
I explained it this way:
Husband who doesn’t get a trophy wife has to buy a trophy for the wife of long standing.
It made perfect sense to me and I got a pretty new diamond ring.
This is a hibiscus I photographed at our condo grounds. It is the most beautiful color of pink.