Tuesday, October 28, 2008


Hinakuluiau is the Hawaiian Goddess of Rain. As Phil left for work this morning he said "what is up with this weather?" So I thought I needed to look into the Hawaiian Goddess of rain and see maybe if she has something to do with it. Well- I have yet to find anything at all about her other than she is in fact the Goddess of Rain, but that won't keep me from giving my theory. Can you tell I'm totally avoiding cleaning???

Hinakuluiau is aware of the crisis Miss Lily is in and is rendering her support. Most people say- ugh it's raining. It rarely rains out here in E Beach. It has been very overcast and rainy since Lily was diagnosed. Also, Lily still has weeks until she can swim and unfortunately she will have to get a permanent IV and will not be able to swim until after that comes out- which would be after the courses of chemo. Not great when you live in Hawaii. But Hinakuluiau is aware of this and is reminding us that rain serves a purpose- if for nothing more than to bring us a rainbow. Although it may rain for months, we gotta hang in there for the Rainbow.

1 comment:

  1. What a beautiful rainbow and an even more beautiful child. Hang in for the rainbow, my friend. You NEVER cease to be in our prayers. Love.


Lily Kay Monkey

Lily Kay Monkey
November 2008 Photographed by Shelley Detton (7 Layer Studio)