Training Camp: Year 4

Football is back and year 4 has arrived. Last year I wrote about this time entering our 3rd season. So many thoughts fill my head when I think about this time of year, but one thought that stands out the most, to be honest, is that we’re just blessed to be able to be entering […]

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Cancun, Mexico at the Fiesta Americana Condesa

Kamalu did it again – he planned another amazing vacation filled with adventures and memories for the second year in a row. Believe it or not, I’m absolutely terrible at vacation planning, but luckily Kamalu’s wanderlust and adventurous spirit always come in to save the day. Last year’s vacation was a 2 week cruise to […]

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Super Bowl LIII – The Perfect Ending to a Long Journey

Where do I even begin…. Super Bowl LIII was a dream come true. If you would’ve told me at the beginning of last football season, that we’d be Super Bowl Champs, I probably would have laughed in your face and be upset at you for making such a cruel joke. That’s because a majority of last […]

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Colorado- A MUST Visit

Traveling is something Kamalu and I are trying to do more of. We can be such homebodies, but home is where the heart is – am I right?  But seriously, it’s always a good thing and a cherished privilege to see different parts of our wonderful planet that doesn’t include our neighborhood. Kamalu and I […]

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Aruba…and So Much More

The last island I visited was Aruba and it was absolutely stunning in every aspect. It’s a small island in the southern part of the Caribbean Sea with a population of about 105,000 and measuring 1,585 square miles. I had the opportunity to first visit the Arikok National Park, and it literally took my breath […]

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Curaçao

Curaçao is another Lesser Antilles island I had the pleasure of visiting. It measures only 171 square miles and has a population of about 160,000. One thing that I found the most fascinating with islands in the Lesser Antilles is that a majority of the people I met spoke at least 3 languages: Papiamentu, Dutch, […]

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Bonaire

Bonaire is really a hidden gem filled with more hidden gems. It’s a small island being only about only 114 square miles with a population of about 19,000. The island was very quiet, but that was one of the beauties about it because you could literally here the nature around you; to the rippling of […]

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