Saturday, July 6, 2013

Celebrate Little Victories - North Shore Sights




Mary at The Reading Reviewer (link) always reminds me to "celebrate the little victories".



My family celebrated little victories on July 4 with a visit to the North Shore.



After walking to Turtle Beach, we drove over to Shark's Cove ... to find the traffic stopped for a group of twenty somethings carrying an "floating island" to Waimea Bay.   I chuckled at their antics.



We enjoyed lunch at the Hukilau Cafe.  These veterans were cruising around the island on their bikes!

Do you have a little victory to share?

Mahalo,

Kim in Hawaii

Check out more pictures from Hawaii on my travel blog, Aloha On My Mind, at this link.


13 comments:

  1. I've completed some chores today that I had been putting off. So, a victory indeed.

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  2. No victory so far unless you count returning items to the store as a victory. I so wanted to keep the item.

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  3. Hmmm... I cleaned the kitchen... That's a victory for me!

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  4. I completed a difficult level on Farm Heroes Saga. LOL

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  5. Love the north shore photos. My little victory is that I've been out to the store and have everything I need to take with me to the BBQ we are going to today. :)

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  6. it's been 10 years since I've been to Hawaii - I'd love to get there again and smell that fresh air!

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  7. I'm going with Diane - I just finished level 201 on Candy Crush and it seemed like I was stuck there forever lol.

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  8. I got to hang out with my cousin and got some great deals during a shopping trip.

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  9. I got both rat cages cleaned today. Yeah for me.

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  10. Stretching it a bit - yesterday was my end of the week and I have the next two days off - that's a little victory! Now if I could only sleep past 6:30AM!!!

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  11. Um, my victory was actually more of my doctor's. I received a trigger point injection in my back on Friday (with a HUGE needle deep into a muscle that gives me lots of problems). It has helped with some of the musle spasms and pain, inflammation. I hope it lasts for a while.

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