My son is now 8, and his room overflows with all his “precious things”: shells and sea glass, sparkly bits of ribbon, broken crayons, paper clips and scraps of wrapping paper. I have a collector.
I like to think I’m a decently self-sufficient woman. I can take care of my finances, health and well-being, and entertain myself, thanks very much. But when it comes to one thing, I’m hopelessly helpless.
By Donica Kaneshiro email@example.com on May 14, 2017
By Donica Kaneshiro firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on May 14, 2017
Updated on May 16, 2017 at 10:31 am
Like so many other commuters, every morning we pack up the car for a long trip through traffic. Once we leave home in Pearl City, we’re not venturing back, so we bring everything we need for the day.
By Zenaida Serrano email@example.com on April 30, 2017
By Zenaida Serrano firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on April 30, 2017
Updated on April 29, 2017 at 7:34 pm
In a ballroom filled with hundreds of our closest friends and family, my husband channeled his inner Michael Jackson and moonwalked across the dance floor, rousing our unsuspecting guests into ajubilant ovation.
If you had asked me 10 years ago what the rules of a potluck were, I would have said they started and ended with make sure you have enough to share. But after 13 seasons of baseball, seven seasons of soccer and one season of cross-country, I am a little more seasoned.
By Zenaida Serrano email@example.com on April 2, 2017
By Zenaida Serrano firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on April 2, 2017
Updated on April 2, 2017 at 4:43 pm
Over the past 30-plus years, our get-togethers have evolved from birthday parties at Chuck E. Cheese to hotel parties after prom to club-hopping nights throughout college to holiday potlucks at each others’ home with our families.
By Donica Kaneshiro email@example.com on February 19, 2017
By Donica Kaneshiro firstname.lastname@example.org Posted on February 19, 2017
Updated on February 18, 2017 at 7:25 pm
There are lots of things families can do together to give back, from baking for neighborhood librarians to an organized Sustainable Coastlines beach cleanup and helping build a butterfly garden at Kahuku Farms.