An Interview at Hawaii Traditions

SunsetI’m definitely not one to toot my own horn, but I do want to draw your attention to an interview that NEENZ at Hawaii Traditions conducted with me. In the interview, I share how and why I have this passion to blog about Hawaii. NEENZ asked some great questions and it was a fun interview to do. Mahalo NEENZ!

2 comments
  1. great interview, Sheila! There is truly something unique about Hawaii. We can talk about the colors, the mountains, the Aloha spirit but it is something you can’t really articulate you must experience! I also noticed how the perceptions of distance are different in Hawaii. I live in a very rural area and drive a minimum half hour to anything. While at the North Shore Oahu we stopped at a roadside fruit stand. I asked for Kahuku sweet corn having heard it was mui ono ( how is that for language mixing!). They said they didn’t have any I would have to go “all the way” to Kahuku. About 10 min or so. We did and the corn was ono!

    1. Thank you for reading the interview, Janet!

      I’m glad I’m not the only one who has noticed the distance perception thing. It’s really eye opening to notice it. Then it makes me start to wonder what perceptions I have that might appear strange to someone else.

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