Sunday, August 8, 2010

What I Like About Living in La'ie

1. Tile floors. I never want carpet again.

2. I can walk to the grocery store. I've always wanted to live somewhere where I could walk to the grocery store. The other day I was making coleslaw when I realized I didn't have any vinegar. No problem! I put the chopped cabbage in the refrigerator and went across the street, around the corner, and got some.

3. I can walk to the beach.

4. I can walk to the Polynesian Cultural Center. There I can walk around and visit Tahiti, Samoa, New Zealand, Tonga, and Rapa Nui without ever getting on an airplane.
5. I can walk out my back door and hang out my laundry. Back in Henderson when I tried to hang out my laundry it always came in smelling like desert dust. Here in La'ie when I hang out my laundry, it comes in smelling like tropical flowers.

6. And, at that grocery store I can walk to, the pineapples sometimes go on sale for 99 cents each.

More on pineapples in my next post. I'm going to show you how to plant one.


Heike said...

No carbet. I am with you on that one. I am glad you guys are enjoying Hawaii so much.

Heike said...


bec said...

I LOVE that you are so happy! Those are some wonderful perks!

L.T. Elliot said...

Wow. I want to move in with you guys! I'd love if my laundry smelled like tropical flowers.

Unknown said...

It sounds wonderful!