By Makua Leilani:
When they say, "the show must go on," I believe when people come together, and work hard together, the show will go on.
Having physical limitations, is very frustrating. . . My Aloha Hula 'Ohana went ahead to prepare almost all week last week for yesterdays performance at the Neal Blaisdell for the Food & New Product Show 2018 without me. I am forever grateful that Johnny Kai, Executive Producer of Brown Bags To Stardom came to help. SO proud of all of them. Although I missed half of the show, the show was great. I must say it was so well organized and very entertaining.
I am truly blessed to have all of these wonderful people in my life. . ..
Aloha Hula 'Ohana (especially to the mom's who put our junior girls and one senior girl, Tahitian head and hip band together last minute.)
Johnny Kai (thank you so much for helping us with our show)
Lauren Mori and Ms. Charis (thank you so much for inviting us to perform at this event)
Kamalani (daughter) and Chrysta-Lynn (granddaughter) thank you for performing on short notice.
Have a great day,
Photo by Erika