Aloha Ahi Ahi UFOhana,
Mahalo nui to all of you who sent your Alohas and good Mana to our ‘Ohana member, Ralph. Thanks to your positive thoughts and well wishes he’s now back at home resting and slowly easing back into his “normal” routine. Until he’s a hundred percent let’s keep in our thoughts and prayers.
Mahalo to the attendees of last week’s Vanikapila and to the UFO Pilots that braved the backyard winds.
Below, the brave Outdoor Kanikapila-ers . . .
If you’ll be joining us this we please text me at 415-300-7804 so we can put out a seat for you. Mahalo.
Click below for this Saturday’s Vanikapila.
I also want to remind you of the following important event from our of Keiki. I’ve already bought my ticket and there’s still time to get yours!
On Tuesday, the 23rd of this month at 2:30, I’m giving a talk about consent at the Shine Conference. It’s the final blowout for a public speaking course I’ve been taking for the past 7 weeks. My talk is titled “Yes, No, Maybe So- Clarifying consent for future generations”
If you have some time and feel like showing up that would be super cool. I’m real excited. Tickets to the event do cost $15 dollars, but they are donating it all to an organization called Raven, a registered charity with a mission to raise funds for Indigenous People’s access to justice.
The link to sign up can be found here: https://linktr.ee/WeWillBeGirls
This conference is going on that whole week so your ticket will get you access to, seriously, 94 other talks. They are just 10 minutes long.
No pressure, but I thought I’d share
If you have room to throw this on the blog too, that would be awesome! I’m very excited and very nervous. It’ll be a vulnerable 10 minutes for me.
I’ve also attached their fun promotion edit of me (oh my gosh, I have hair in the picture!!)
Mahalo nui loa,
Carolyn sent the following cool interview of Brudda Ken Emerson (aka Kalohe ʻEkahi) . . .
This is an interview Ken did with Sebastian Mueller.
Sebastian has a very traditional Hawaiian group called the Hula Hut in Berlin, Germany where he plays steel. Some of our steel players may be interested, it’s long–3 hours. Ended at midnight Berlin time. He does a lot of talk story of playing with the old timers, to a small group of steel players, one of which is Bobby Ingano.
And before I go I want to share this very cool image of IZ I found in Cyberspace . . .
without respect becomes hate,
love cries for the light.
Mahalo Nui Loa to the best ‘Ohana ever!