I set off with Freya for our usual stroll this morning…opened the door to a gentle passing shower. Not enough to stop us; in fact, rather refreshing!
Turned the corner from Keoniana to Kaweonui and was treated to this!…
Out at the point, the rainbow was starting to fade, but the moon was still up…
* Researching the origin of this popular saying led me to Kimo’s Hawaiian Rules (below). Turns out, according to Lonely Planet, that it’s Kauai’s own Nite Owl T-Shirts that takes credit for bringing together this collection of rules.
Kimo’s Hawaiian Rules
Never judge a day by the weather.
The best things in life aren’t things.
Tell the truth – there’s less to remember.
Speak softly and wear a loud shirt.
Goals are deceptive – the unaimed arrow never misses.
He who dies with the most toys – still dies.
Age is relative – when you’re over the hill, you pick up speed.
There are 2 ways to be rich – make more or desire less.
Beauty is internal – looks mean nothing.
No Rain – No Rainbows.®
However, we also have G.K. Chesterton to thank for that last one: And when it rains on your parade, look up rather than down. Without the rain, there would be no rainbow.
Enjoy many more of his best quotes here.