A calm little sunset session.
The boys surfing at Pua Trees a couple of days after Cyclone Gita.
Before Cyclone Gita hit American Samoa, I made a list of what I packed in my Deuter bag to prepare for the worst. It’s my evacuation kit of essentials.
Cyclone Gita impacted our shores early Friday morning on February 9th. A cyclone watch was issued just the day before, then a warning later in the night – and then it hit us. So I think it’s safe to say that we weren’t all that ready for Gita’s wrath.
A difficult question because my exposure to the world is limited by my geography, lifestyle, and environment. My view of the world is changing. Just as I am changing. And so my perspectives will continue to shift. And it’s all a beautiful chaotic mess.
There’s a storm brewing this week. We’re hunkering down to wait out this monsoonal trough and moved our plants indoors. And we changed up our apartment layout a bit!
Reminiscing on childhood memories really make you appreciative of where you are in life and what it took to get you there. Here are a few snippets of some random childhood memories, because I can’t just choose one.