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Thursday, October 05, 2006

Today's Sky







Driving to Aloha Knitters tonight from work was very inspiring. On the East side, the moon over Olomana was peaceful and idyllic. Looking toward the Pali was a show of clouds and perhaps a jet trail. I'm not sure the streaks are natural, but who knows? On the West side the sunsetting clouds appeared to be moving toward the eye of a maelstrom.

We had a lusty discussion of religion, knitting chemo hats and cow bags. I just know we are on the verge of solving the issue of World Peace:)

7 comments:

Rachel said...

Gorgeous pictures! Your website always makes me homesick for the islands (Especially as the weather here in Illinois is a frosty 40 degrees). BTW, my brother, who loves anime, thought your totoros were adorable!

beadlizard said...

Aloha Knitters sounds like a splendid group. And the photos! No doubts about why the islands are considered a paradise! Oh, and my DD loves your totoros, too. Is there a pattern??? --Syl

debbie said...

much mahalos for sharing the sky shots - what beautiful sights to be inspired by! i've got to make it to one of those meetings....

Laura said...

it is good to know that your knitting group is also discussing how to solve all the world's problems. that sounds like my knitting group! :)

Beak-Knits said...

Thank you so much for sharing...it is all rain and thunder here, sood to know the sun is shinning somewhere!

Dipsy D. said...

Thank you for sharing these most amazing pics - I especially love the last one, these color shades are so beautiful and inspiring!

keohinani said...

wow, is that what i've been missing by not going? jeez!