Friday, June 27, 2014

Final Memories

Chickens and peacocks in a lush garden.
Recommended by a reader for listening pleasure:
A show that delighted at the luau.
The full moon over the ocean.
No tripod, so the moon is a little wonky.
Pop pop and D reading his magazine.
Even a parade with the King and his court standing guard.

D loving the beach and water.
Of course, waving palm trees.
The tea lady sitting on lava rock by the sea.
Just the right size for a ride.
The three that hiked the Napali trail.
Beautiful church in Hanelai.
Playing peek-a-boo.
Our last morning being greeted by this beautiful rainbow.
It was certainly an over the rainbow adventure.

Happy weekend, dear friends.
May you find your over the rainbow experiences and delight in the small things too.


Lorrie said...

I've enjoyed reading about your time in Hawaii. It looks like such a beautiful place to visit. Sweet photos of your D. I love the little boy against the big ocean.

Happy weekend to you!

Linda said...

Many lovely moments add up to a very special time. Especially enjoyed seeing the little one being read to and on the beach.

Prairie Patch Quilts said...

Wow, prettiest rainbow ever! All your pictures have been a joy viewing.

Sylvia said...

What a lovely place to have tea! Love all your photo's.

Rosemary said...

Lovely memories of a very special journey! Thanks for sharing!

Tracy said...

Sooo many sweet memories! Love seeing you all, and all the happy smiles. And so magical--the rainbow your last day! :o) Thanks for sharing so much, Marilyn--it's been a treat to go along with you! ((HUGS))

Jeanie said...

I love the colors -- I can see why you were so enchanted! And D is enchanting, too!

Linda @ Friendship Tea said...

I enjoyed seeing your fun and pretty photos of your wonderful trip. I can't think of a better way to celebrate a 50th anniversary than with family!

Angela McRae said...

GREAT photos of some obviously very happy times! And how absolutely perfect that your last morning brings a rainbow!

Curtains in My Tree said...

what a wonderful trip, I just read another blog where a lady went to hawaii.
I guess I won't ever make it over there so I enjoy your pictures that much more