Juiced a Pomegranate (329/366)

“What is this contradiction called a pomegranate?  The pomegranate is sweet, but the pomegranate is tart.  The pomegranate is tough and wrinkled, but when cut open it glistens with ruby-like seeds.  In the Greek myth of Persephone, the pomegranate is called the fruit of the underworld, yet in the Muslim Qu’uran it is called the fruit of paradise.” ~ Diana […]

Cooked the Thanksgiving Turkey on the Grill (327/366)

“I grill, therefore I am.” ~ Alton Brown

Bought a Crab From a Fisherman’s Wharf Stall (321/366)

“Always start out with a larger pot than what you think you need.” ~ Julia Child

Read Hawaiian Hero Eddie Aikau’s Biography, “Eddie Would Go” (311/366)

“The voyage would do something very important for the Hawaiian people and for the rest of the world.” ~ Nainoa Thompson, “The Ocean Is My Classroom” written by Gisela E. Speidel

Celebrated Halloween in Lahaina (305/366)

“How important it is for us to recognize and celebrate our heroes and she-roes!” ~ Maya Angelou

Seen a “Zom-Rom-Com” (303/366)

“Me want eat you brains!” ~ Every zombie in Kirk Shimano‘s “Love in the Time of Zombies”

Installed a Doorbell (300/366)

“Next time y’all need to find me, just rub these two wires for the doorbell …” ~ Redman

Played with a Lego Kit (297/366)

“Play Well” ~ The Lego Group

Created an Animated GIF (293/366)

“Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still.” ~ Dorothea Lange

Built a Robox (287/366)

“Imagination creates reality.” ~ Richard Wagner

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