Thursday, September 19, 2013
I spent the morning researching investments an then lamenting the fact that I sold my stock at 40.04 and 20 min later it went up to 40.38. Oh well, in the back of my mind I could hear my dad clearly saying "how much money do you need?"
I was interrupted from my non-work by an interview. Three actually. Thier stories were all long and sad and not mine to tell, but one thing that really stuck with me was remembering the difference between wealth and riches. It's something that's abundantly clear here on Molokai. But it's still nice to be reminded.
Friday, September 13, 2013
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Today marks the day we open the giant bag of rice.
The outside was gross from being in our "soda hole" but inside the third layer of bag was the most creamy delicious fat short grain rice you had ever seen.
Monday, September 9, 2013
Sunday, September 8, 2013
So, for the last few days I've been writing this off to morning sickness, but I can't deny it any more... I am sick. Fever of 102. Soph is buzzing around like a busy little bee, destroying everything in her path. Danno is sick too and not helping with anything except making everyone feel worse.
The washing machine is broke and the weirdest part of all, the middle of my right foot hurts sooooooo bad. What the hell?!?! Also, the cavity behind my left eye and only my right tonsil. My leg muscles feel like someone is shredding them with a fork, my lips are chapped, andy neck hurts where it attaches to my head. This is either uniquely island or millionaire in nature. Somedays really miss the Midwest.
Daniel's been working a lot lately. Especially on Lanai. Which is nice for the money, except for the fact that he really doesn't make very much money and by the time we pay a babysitter, sigh.
Friday, September 6, 2013
Our Lanai trip actually ended up being a lot of fun. It was great to spend the weekend with good friends and relax. The bad thing is Sophia is just getting to the stranger danger phase, and now that we're back home she won't let us out of her sight for fear we might abandon her.