Well, with the kind help of Steve from the Kona Business Center, I got my competition submissions off into the mail. We shall see what becomes of that.
There are so many birds singing today. I hear a peacock, a rooster, some carnaries, a cardinal, my precious parrots, and something all together unidentifiable... I think it is a bird... sounds a little cooing but warbly like a turkey... but it isn't a turkey. It is funny that despite all these sounds, I would describe today as quiet and peaceful. The perfect day to get my dishwasher repaired ;) I am waiting for Mr. Sid now. I hope he comes soon. Journey & I usually go paint at Kukio Beach on Thursdays but waiting for him has delayed our trek. It is now entirely out of the question; the other boys will be home from school in two hours. Matt is going lobster diving again tonight. We are having lobster for dinner... he caught 3 small bugs on Tuesday night. Tomorrow lobster season will be closed so the men are trying to capture as many as possible before they no longer can. Yesterday Matt made a lobster trap out of an old bird cage. He was inspired by Journey who had made a mongoose trap out of the same old bird cage.
Journey is so excited about lobster dinner tonight: he is singing and drumming on a box he decorated with markers. (I taught him that each word has a beat=syllables so now he is tapping all his words on his drum)
...and I am waiting, waiting, waiting for the repair guy *sigh*