Happy Holidays!!! Once again, I have made a limited batch of my salves that can be purchased through my Etsy store. Just in time for the holidays and a great time to take care of those winter skin problems. You can also find a couple hand knit items that I have made. You can check out my shop by visiting this link. You can also click on the pictures below to go to the specific listings. I also do custom orders! If you need something unscented, just let me know. Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas. I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving. I also manage a store in Lahaina called Whaler’s Locker. The shop has been in the same location for almost 40 years. We have just a sampling of items on our Whalers Locker website. Including megalodon teeth, unique Baltic amber jewelry, Nepalese cuff bracelets and more, Check it out here! Advertisements
Pushing yourself out of your comfort zone is critical for personal growth.
Last night was the Kihei Lutheran Church annual youth dinner & silent auction fundraiser. If memory serves me right, we started this fundraiser about 13 years ago. We use it to raise money for the
We’ve been traveling a lot lately. We just returned home last week and are still playing catch up. Although I have a lot of work to do, taxes (bleh), it is so nice to be home. I’ve been missing my time underwater here on Maui. I watched one of my videos that I made in October. It made me smile… I’ve shared it below. We have managed to get a few dives in over the last week. I also have a few planned for this next week. Both working dives and recreational dives. I forget how much
Some more photos from my visit to the remote island of
My favorite place is underwater. Usually when I’m diving, I’m working. Last week I was able to go on a non-working dive with one of my dive buddies, Joe. Special thanks to my husband for being our captain for the day. We went to
Recently my husband and I were working a commercial diving gig in Papua New Guinea. We were there for five weeks. Most of that time was spent on a ship in the middle of nowhere right off shore of a small island named Kawa.