November 27, 2005 at 8:24 AMOh yeah, I'm in Hawaii until December 15th. The violin is here, too, but I can't find a swimsuit that fits it, so it may just stay in its case a bit more than usual.
This is the warmest and most humid weather I've seen since Bangkok, over seven years ago, and I don't quite know what to make of it. I chucked my turtleneck in the sea and danced bare-legged in the wet sand.
Sending a postcard soon, aloha!
Ha, no way!
I've been making friends with the colorful fish and birds. They're very friendly and small, for the most part. The pineapple is scrumptious, and I drink fresh Kona every day. Life is pretty good today.
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