You know the axiom that goes, “It’s not what you know but who?” Some would say that’s true about life on Kaua’i.
I’ll never forget one Saturday afternoon a few years ago. I was seated comfortably on my riding law mower, traversing the almost two acres of land on which my house sits. As I made a turn and headed back toward the driveway, I spotted my good friend Pam running toward me waving a box over her head. We both awaited the same thing in the mail—the same something we couldn’t wait to arrive, the same something we prayed would hit our mailboxes that day, Saturday, so we wouldn’t have to wait two whole days for the next mail delivery on Monday.
Causes Hope Edelman Supports
Motherless Daughters of Orange County
Belize Children's Food Fund
Doctors Without Borders