Appreciate aloha spirit in finding phone
When I lost my cell phone while vacationing on Kauai in June, one of the activity advisers inside the door to Brennecke’s at Poipu Beach demonstrated the true aloha spirit. When I came to ask if a phone had been found, she said no, but quickly checked the lost and found list on Craigslist. When that too yielded no results and she had no other customers waiting, she offered to post an ad for me on Craigslist for me. This was such an act of kindness. Before long my phone was found, and I will always remember this lovely lady’s caring spirit of aloha. Gratefully!
Janet L. Hull, Coupeville, Wash.
Thank you for honoring ‘El Aina’
Mahalo to the kind soul(s) who arranged the beautiful purple flowers and ribbons display at the bus stop in memory of sweet El Aina.
Years she endured the elements as hundreds of cars passed by her every day. It saddens and sickens me how this county of aloha left her there to rot — literally.
Mahalo Ke Akua she is now being honored in her new life for such immense faith and compassion. Her bright light shines on.
Lin Cosbey, Kilauea