Tuesday, February 12, 2008

It's a Dangerous (Snowy/Icy) World

So I fell for the first time all winter tonight. It snowed a few inches more and i slipped on the ice/snow/hill and landed on my okole. (For those of you unfamiliar with the Hawaiian language, that means I fell on my posterior...) It hurt a lot. It's a dangerous place, this snowy land. The End.

7 comments:

David Hepburn said...

Who, reading your blog, could possibly NOT know what okole means??? It's just me, Holly and mom, remember?

And we're all VERY familiar with that...

David Hepburn said...

Oh...and Holly says, "Sorry you hurt your bum."

Holly said...

It's true... I did say that.
But you should know that before I even told him to say that, he was already going to write it because he knew I would say that.... scary.

Mark said...

Hey! I read this blog too! Stay up to speed on the bloggers!

yourmom said...

Well I, for one, want to know if your okole etc are okay. Love you.

Graham said...

Judging from context it was either face or posterior. But I appreciated the clarification so as to rule one of the two out.

Anthony said...

80 Degrees. It's Hot!!