She found out Sunday that she couldn’t photograph from beneath it because the brim was too wide and came too low.
Between the snowfalls at Kukui Grove, check out Andrew (Andy sounds better) Snow’s three entries in the Small Works exhibit.
And Eve Solomon’s literary jewelry sits atop one of the pedestals there. Besides the good art, you just never know who’ll be gallery sitting.
Wendy Benton also had a large creation that one red hatter said she’ll wear at next year’s light parade.
Sharron Weber (the banana bread was ono) had a Ni‘ihau hat on … how small do glass floaters come? Ask Sharron.
Myles and Wanda Shibata were doing golf Sunday, but Myles had to stop by and chat with Queen Irene before checking in.
Gwen and Larry Carveiro were at the soccer games Saturday (the games finish in time for their Onohi Lane lights to come on).
Gwen (the homemade bread was brok-da-mouth) said the winds were so strong Friday, they had to keep the lights off, but starting Saturday, Santa will be on hand to greet viewers.
And if you’re really good, maybe you’ll get a glimpse of Juan Lorenzo and maybe even Tommy Rita.
OK, ’nuff said … it’s off to Kapa‘a to see the Raiders and Warriors play softball!