Aloha, adieu, adios, ta-ta, good-bye the night of May 24th, 2006. May you rest in peace.
THE "LITTLE" CHURCH
Along Kihei road, nestled between Shaka Pizza and the Aloha Open Market, stands this wee bit of a church.
Probably can hold no more than thirty standing people inside.
I have no idea what denomination it serves.
Usually it is "blacked out" at night but last night it was ablaze with lights.
OH! WHAT DO I DO?
Okay, you're driving along Kihei road and the tsunami warning sirens activate. For those who haven't grasped the concept that the water is going to get very deep, very soon, where you are standing, we have these signs pointing the direction away from the danger zone.
Unless, of course, you are a surfer.
Then these point the direction you just came from.
Probably just the oil companies' caress before they slam us in the teeth with the next baseball bat of summer price rises.
YET ANOTHER "CLICK THROUGH"
"Let's all be careful out there!"