Thursday, September 4, 2014

Definite Positive

I really don't understand it all yet, but this blog is definitely moving in front of all the others in the second tier. Town Dancer had been losing hits mainly on account of the Robot scam spam viruses that Blogger cannot stop. It has stopped its downward spiral and I may put the counter back on the blog.

"You don't have to have it all figured out, in order to move forward."

Of course a number of suburban areas in Kapolei had become too expensive for average workers to afford. The top wheels have realized now that they have been wrong. They are even thinking of an affordable hotel in Kapolei, specially now with the Rail Catastrophe looming. Would be perfect with a good sized ballroom, and we do mean for ballroom dancing.

Kapolei may be on its way to being second city after all. Live, work and play in your own home town. Paradise could be here.  Honolulu would be a nice place to visit and you wouldn't get into that horrible mess of going to it everyday. Perhaps a few people would be stuck in the trap of having to work in Honolulu but they wouldn't have the big traffic jams that they have now. There is a beautiful saying on Waianae Coast, "I coulda been home in twenty minutes."

"Fly Me To The Moon" by Frank Sinatra

Email from Aunty Maile

SEPTEMBER 6, 2014!

The Party Hearty WAHINES, chapter of the Red Hat Society, will be having a garage sale to help to defray the cost of expenses for the 12th Annual Hawaii Red Hat Convention 2015!

Many various types of items will go on sale donated by most of the 24 ladies in our chapter membership. Large items! Small items! All kinds of items! Just come and check it out!

Garage Sale Day:    Saturday 6, September, 2014 from 7:30am - 2:00pm

Place: Gloria Pfister house
95-206 Auhaele Loop

Across the Mililani Golf course! Look for the signs!

Pub's Side Note: We are fortunate to have two very good Two Centers, Willy Dionisio from Kapolei Chapter, HBDA and Maile Yagi from Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club. Just one Guest Author and this blog would rival the famous Town Dancer. I invite.