Instead of staying at home to have my quiet time or reflection, goal setting, and blog posting (which I all love doing on a New Year’s Eve), I decided to stay at the party my family attended so that I can watch the fireworks that my husband enjoy putting together. The details are not bloggable -you have to be there to understand how spectacular it is and why he thoroughly enjoys doing it. I also had a good time at the party connecting with some of our friends in real life. The party hosts were wonderful (they host this every year), and the party was really fun. A good spread of delicious food (potluck) and they had the cutest “pupu” in town:
So let this be my first post of the year.
I’d say I gain a point for being a supportive wifey.
Hello 2012 – welcome. We’re glad you’re here!
(Update: I lost my “good wifey points. Hubby saw me browsing through Facebook at 2AM. He was not pleased.
This is so far the best video I had watch on “New Year Fireworks at the Grand Wailea” uploaded on Youtube. It’s definitely Maui Style. There are many posted on Youtube but I chose this one for A Maui Blog because it’s kinda local style
Are you going to watch the fireworks tonight? Where are you going? There are three public firework displays in Maui County this year including shows at the following locations: Hana, below Fagan’s Cross; Kihei, on a barge offshore fronting the Grand Wailea Hotel; and on Lanai at the Manele Bay Hotel.
Be safe, have fun, have a Happy New Year!
P.S. Don’t “drink and drive”. Mahalo!