Can one have fun with a fractured arm? Yes I can. But I do moan about it sometimes, because it hurts dammit! Things are so much better though,
Weeks go by and my arm slowly gets better. I’ve spent most of my time Watching HOUSE, going to the gym, cooking dinner, and slowly doing more and more things with my arm. Finally writing again, and I’ve gotten pretty far on my script. On our weekends (Sunday & Monday) Rick and I try to do different things, like going to the theatre to see my friends in plays, going to the beach and relaxing with a spa evening, as we call it. I’m getting back out there and attending the writer groups and events and goings on in Honolulu.I went to the Honolulu Museum of Art, where there was an event with pupu’s (Food/snacks), drinks, music, dance, art exhibitions and Manga demonstrations. It was SO crowded and loads of things going on. I wrote my first Haiku at an interactive exhibition of Old Japanese paintings, with real gold painted on them. The assignment was to write a Haiku inspired by the gold painting screen, and I won a little prize! On Monday (Monday Funday) Rick and I decided to revisit the North Shore, and cozy up on the two hour busride to go back to the beach we went to together last year, and to grab lunch at the same place we did last year. We shared music and thoughts on the roadUntil we finally got to the beach. Happy Married couple. Hahah. After only an hour in the beating sun, and a dip in the wonderful water, we decided to venture over the bridge for some lunch It was fun seeing the same places again. I’ve been looking at the photos from last time so many times that they seemed like sights to me. Back to the same place, for lunch. Together again. Before we knew it, we were on the bus back, just about escaping the rain. Cozying up with music and books. For another two hour ride.Then back home, to shower change and walk down to the Ala Moana Shopping centre to catch our reservation, and dine at the infamous Tanaka of Tokyo. It was an incredible evening, great company at the community dining table, a great show from the chef who was cooking right in front of us, with plenty of flames and chopping. The food was incredible, and the service too. Then we topped off the whole evening with a stroll to the cinema, where we watched Maleficent in 3d. What a day!