I just finished thanking everyone across the state and taking down our signs. It was nice to fly out to the neighbor islands again. I sincerely appreciate all the support you have given us.
Monthly Archives: September 2010
On Saturday, September 25 and Sunday, September 26, 2010, I was in Hilo, Hawaii thanking people and taking down signs. We also put up Representative Jerry Chang’s signs with Chang and his friends. My Campaign Chair Brandon Mitsuda flew up with me. We followed Rep. Chang’s black Ford truck, Harley Davidson special edition, while we were in a yellow Camaro, a fun car to drive. That night, I attended Rep. Chang’s Hilo fundraiser. I returned to Oahu on Sunday, September 26th.
Yesterday, Friday, September 24, 2010, I spent the whole day in Kauai thanking people and taking down signs.
During some free time, I saw Waimea Canyon and Hanalei Bay. At sunset at Hanalei Bay, as it was getting dark, I saw three shooting stars. One was fast, bright, and short. A second was a dot floating very slowy across the sky for a decent distance. Right after I meditated, trying to replenish myself, the last shooting star fell straight down for a very long time, ending in a sparkle very close to the water of Hanalei Bay.
I spent the whole day in Maui thanking people and taking signs down with my Campaign Chair Brandon Mitsuda and a friend in Maui. I had good conversations with friends in Maui. It really feels good to be out there in the field.
Today, Wednesday, September 22, 2010, I thanked people in Aiea, Honolulu, and Windward Oahu. I have finished taking down all of my signs on Oahu.
In the evening from 5 PM, I attended the fundraiser for the House of Representatives PAC at the Plaza Club in Downtown Honolulu.
Yesterday, Tuesday, September 21, 2010 was Day 3 for me to thank people and take down signs. My friend Brandon and I went around Wahiawa, Ewa, and Honolulu.
This is day 3 for me to thank people around the island of oahu and take down my signs. Tonight, I will be making a speech for the Peace Day Hawaii 4th annual event, which I am serving as an honorary chair. I chaired the past the three events. Hawaii State law recognizes September 21st of each year as Peace Day Hawaii coinciding with the United Nations’ International Day of Peace to educate and promote peace domestically and internationally. If each of us practice compassion, we can spread happiness everywhere.
The Peace Day Hawaii 2010 event is today, September 21, 2010 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, Campus Center Auditorium.