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Better Together

We’ve been together for awhile now. And I’ve tried to document our travels and our day-to-day lives for our children and grandchildren. Now that we may not have biological children, it’s throwing my documentation for a loop. Regardless of who’s watching these, I love making them. These home movies make me smile and at the least, it’s worth it – to me.

Love you, Mahpunk. Forever and always. On to our next adventure.


Ono Grinds & Mokoli’i Island

aka delicious food and China Man’s Hat


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We also LOVE ginger beer. We had this brand while road tripping New Zealand and it brings us back. Every. Time.

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We usually split anything pesto and sliders!

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Afterwards, we grabbed shave ice at Your Kitchen (thanks, Jen and Katie for the recommendation!!).

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T got the small all-natural mango and I tried the green tea/condensed milk shave ice for the first time! They were both so tasty! Trevor and I debated on if it was better than The Local Hawaii in Kailua.

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After, we picked up Buster from doggy daycare and took him to China Man’s Hat.
(previous trips to China Man’s Hat)

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Another great weekend!!


Documentary Night – #1

I just recently decided to do a documentary night with T. It’s not on my New Year’s Resolution post, but I think I’ll add it in ;)

Tonight I chose We Were Here. Super interesting. Made us want to go back to San Fran. We love it there. The last time we went, we actually spent a night in the Castro District. It was exciting and fun. Anyways, we would like to go back and check out the streets these men and women walked and stores like Under One Roof.

Thank you, Netflix. We plan to be productive with our TV watching now. I recommend this documentary. It’s intense – Since the beginning of the epidemic a total of 28,409 San Francisco residents have been diagnosed with AIDS, which comprises 18% of California AIDS cases and 3% of cases reported nationally. There have been an 19,080 reported AIDS deaths in San Francisco as of Dec. 31, 2009 (

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