A Wild Aloha To You!


A Wild Aloha To You!

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The most important key to success is having the discipline to do what you know should be done even when you don’t feel like doing it.
“It took me quite a long time to develop a voice, and now that I have it, I am not going to be silent.”

Madeleine Albright
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Music – Creative

“Be a positive energy trampoline – absorb what you need and rebound more back.”

Dave Carolan


Pentaglottis – Green Alkanet

Wilding Thoughts

“Just one small positive thought in the morning can change your whole day.” Dalai Lama
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“If you’re not positive energy, you’re negative energy.”
Mark Cuban
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“It is never too late to be what you might have been.”
George Eliot
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“Love your family, work super hard, live your passion.”
Gary Vaynerchuk
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Castanea sativa, the sweet chestnutSpanish chestnut or just chestnut, is a species of tree in the family Fagaceae, native to Southern Europe and Asia Minor, and widely cultivated throughout the temperate world. 

The Morning Dawdler
Let me know your thoughts below

On a scale of 1 – 10, how happy are you?

Why do people ask how we are but do not want to know the truth?


How much meat do you consume in a week, and if you are not a meat eater, have you ever considered meat alternatives, and if so, what are they?


Are you a slow or fast eater, and which behaviour do you think is best and why?

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27 thoughts on “A Wild Aloha To You!

  1. Good morning Rory! Having the discipline to do what you know should be done even when you don’t feel like doing it, is a very hard thing!
    I’m somewhere in between slow and fast eater 😅 but is better to be a slow eater, so that you can give enough time to your stomach to do it’s job 😉

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  2. On a scale of 1 – 10, how happy are you?
    Hmm 🤔 well in general in life every day… I’d say I am pretty happy person… probably an 8?

    But overall with things currently – the jury is still out lol … we see

    Why do people ask how we are but do not want to know the truth? Well that would be a pleasantry. Politeness without sincerity

    How much meat do you consume in a week, and if you are not a meat eater, have you ever considered meat alternatives, and if so, what are they?
    A lot of chicken or pasta … maybe once or twice a week with red meat 🥩

    Are you a slow or fast eater, and which behaviour do you think is best and why? Fast to medium because I don’t have time lol ✌️😘

    Omg my 2 youngest take sooo long to eat

    They are very very slow eaters – it does drive me little nuts sometimes cause they so slow with it lol

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    1. hahaha – interesting answers Trisha – yes my mother used to be an exceptionally slow eater, my father was deliberately slow. I am medium speed, enough to enjoy and savour the tatstes but quick enough to want to move on. Suze is a slower eater due to the cancer and has taken to calling me the hoover attachment!!

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      1. I would say mostly I am medium to average mostly… fast at work if I remember to eat or realize the time

        Plus we eat fast cause we don’t have time usually – if you don’t shove in your face – who knows when you can eat lol

        My family was average eaters also

        Only my 2 youngest take FOREVER!!! Omg not an understatement!!! They talk and laugh making it even slower lol

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      2. I used to work in catering many years ago, and during the banqueting season you had to eat fast because you were busy from the time you started at 4am in the morning till the time you finished at 2am the next morning. The seasons for dinners and banquets began in September and didn’t finish until April so you learned to eat fast.

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      3. Yes same only not those hours or I would for sure die!! Especially at this age!!

        I’ve put in 70 hr weeks before but not early am to early am – nope … I am a fan of sleep 💤

        But yes – funerals are same … must eat fast when have the chance lol

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  3. On a scale of 1 – 10, how happy are you?
    I am a realistic 8 on a scale from 1-10, happy.

    Why do people ask how we are but do not want to know the truth?

    How much meat do you consume in a week, and if you are not a meat eater, have you ever considered meat alternatives, and if so, what are they?

    Are you a slow or fast eater, and which behaviour do you think is best and why?
    I was a moderate eater, but after my surgery, I’ve become a slow eater by necessity. I think it’s good too eat slowly as we eat less and enjoy our food too.

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  4. Why do people ask how we are but do not want to know the truth?
    Some people ask because they genuinely want to know. While others do it as a conversation starter. Only close family or friends or your doctor are interested in knowing all the details!

    How much meat do you consume in a week, and if you are not a meat eater, have you ever considered meat alternatives, and if so, what are they?
    I only eat poultry, and that too in very small quantities. Instead of meat I eat hummus, lentils, beans and yogurt. If tofu wasn’t that expensive here, I’d eat that as I love it cooked with veggies.

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      1. It’s been a part of my diet since ever so I find them easy to digest. They have enough proteins so good for the body too. Tofu is a good substitute for meat but unfortunately very costly here.

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