Aloha Ahi Ahi UFOhana,
I hope you’re all surviving the heatwave. At least we may be on the tail end of the blistering temperatures. Good thing “Global Warming” is myth huh? Btw, has anyone noticed there’s green ice in Antarctica now?
On a more pleasant note, we’re about half way to our 7th Saturday Vanikapila. The heat has dried the carpet, Sandy has cleaned all the windows (Mahalo Sandy!) and UFOHQ is prepped for its not too distant re-opening (hopefully). In the meantime we will continue moving forward with our Vanikapila Sessions. We hope you stick with us.
Mahalo nui to Rick and Ted for lending us their musical talents last week. To Sandy for being our heartbeat and for Nohea for all the support she gives me and the Crew. A special Mahalo to Kathy Zenz and Cindy Meigs for your donations, much appreciated! I bought a longer USB cable so we can push back the WebCam to include our Studio Guests. And of course, Mahalo Nui Loa to all of you that took time to join in!
I know that some of you out there were curious about Ted’s hair so here it is . . .
Below is the link for this Saturday’s upcoming Vanikapila.
And for those of you still in need of masks. Please take note of Nohea’s collection below.
Below images from last week’s Vanikapila.
briefly we connect,
melodies unfold in space,
then it’s time to go.
I have some sad news. Stan Heins, long time friend of Pauline and dear friend of the UFOhana passed this past Monday. He lost his long battle with his illness, but during that time he remained very kind, soft spoken, generous, witty and courageous man. You would often see him sitting quietly among the Ukulele Madness, tapping his foot, just smiling and enjoying the music and hula. Mahalo to Pauline for sharing Stan with our Ohana, our hearts and Aloha go out to you.
Aloha Oe Stan! We will miss you.
Me Ke Aloha Pumehana,