Friday, January 22, 2016

Wot Happened?


Waipahu is still a puzzle. Are we helping or just getting in the way? Some places want you to get on your knees and get permission to blog'em. I tend to drop these people like a hot potato. If you know what Public Relations are you should have no trouble with us.

"There can be no happiness if the things we believe in are
different from the things we do."


Fortunately, Dance Hawaii has dances at the Visayan Hall and they are getting to be better known in the area. That leaves us Waikele or Waipio coming right around the corner soon. Which one, we don't know but either way, all the dancers win. It will probably be Waikele or Wiapio because of the new Dance Pavilion that was to be built at the Patsy Mink Recreation Center and has been cancelled to pay for the Rail Disaster.

"My Sweet Lord" by George Harrison


Whatever, this area in West Oahu is developing into the premier dance section on this Island. No, it will not be overnight. Let's have fun helping to develop it for people that want to dance for fun. Waianae Coast is still sitting nice and pretty and not doing too much. But that has been life here all along, take it easy brah! The good news is Tacos and More in Waianae. Live music on Wednesday and Thursday evenings.

"Walkin' In The Rain" by Love Unlimited


However change is inevitable and the Waianae Coast is not immune. Besides the ordinary road repair, there is the prospect of the new Kamehameha Schools in Makaha Valley. All three parties involved have spent more than a year trying to finalize this transaction, in spite of the interference by the Present Rail Party.. The expectations and readiness to move ahead by all parties have varied and have unfortunately been misstated publicly.

"Somewhere Over The Rainbow" by Bruddah Iz

It is now time to end this story and move on to the more important one - a fulfillment of dreams on the Waianae Coast. Those dreams are not owned by anyone but by all. Fulfillment in dreams that never had any dancing in them but we all going for them now

“Those who do not hear the music think the dancers mad and
when the music changes, so does the dance”