Storm clouds are gathering, I can feel change in the air and change is a good thing. I pulled my trusty uke out and wandered down the road looking for my own private bit of beach to serenade the islands
So you can’t sleep on the beach, I get it and yes hitch hiking is no longer allowed, duly noted. Not being able to indulge in either of These activities is a small price to pay for balmy days on the beach and tropical star lit nights falling asleep to the sound of rustling palms and wavelets caressing the sandy edge of my new island home.
For days I have been staring across tourquise waters wondering what Lanai is like, maybe it’s time for this road weary wanderer to take a vacation. I don’t know what tomorrow will bring but today is serving up a light tropical rain that I like to call liquid sunshine.
Lesson for today I have a ukulele and a few days worth of food. Water is free and falls from the sky as does the nectar of the islands. Today I have everything I need and that’s all we can really count on or ask for. Yesterday is gone and tomorrow may never come.
Dear Maui, thank you for providing we with everything I need and nothing I don’t.