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Kawika's World

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About this blog

This is a slice of another blog I write that's pretty much SFW so I'll try to spice things up a bit for adonis.male.com.

It's a little portal into my world and some of the things I've seen and learned on the way to where I am now.

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The Chalk Garden

OK this is actually the followup to the Wine Tasting blog... someone here who also looks at my blog elsewhere suggested I post this... I'm writing something new I promise... thank you for your patience and thanks a million for looking at the archives...   The title this week may seem a bit cryptic  but I've chosen it to explain the soil conditions  for growing grapes in the Champagne region of France and later I'm going to take a detour from wine altogether and segway over to "The Grea

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Wine Tasting...

OK I'm a little behind with almost everything including writing my blog... but on the upside I do have the outline to my soon-to-be-eagerly-awaited-best-seller... almost completely rewritten... so this is a little something I wrote a few years ago to tide you over until I get back to writing here...   I explained to you a few weeks ago a little of what I know about Champagne but neglected to point out that the more expensive varieties are not always the best in my opinion... the best are

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Hope Floats

First and foremost... I hope everyone had a great summer in spite of mask wearing, social distancing... and coming to terms with the sometimes harsh realities of the current social, global and political situations that have culminated since covid-19 made its way into all of our lives... but enough about that... Needless to say I did not get my book written but I did a complete rewrite on the outline... so I more or less started over... but more about that in a minute...    

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The Naked Truth

First of all let me just say... I'm sorry I've been very busy and distracted and I did not have a chance to publish a blog last month. I got a couple of messages from readers who asked if I was taking my normal summer sabbatical... well yes I am starting today... but I would never run off for the summer without wishing everyone well and leaving you with something new to consider...     The truth is it is for me... but it's not for everyone because some people were raised to b

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Journey To Greece

This is another blog from the archives... this blog incidentally is the most read blog I've ever written according to the stats that blogger keeps... anyway I've been busy but I am working on two new entries... so I thought I would rerun this one since @jakester said previously that he was interested in visiting Greece soon...    Traveling offers beautiful new views of the world that can lead to a moment that changes your life or your outlook forever... No matter where in the world I a

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Ready...Set...Go!

I have always loved traveling... everything about it appeals to me from the anticipation of planning the trip... to the packing and everything involved with getting there (I used to like flying a lot more... but maybe that's another subject for another day) I love traveling with others and  I have even had some some extraordinary trips by myself.... truth be told I would rather share the experience but sometimes meeting new people and experiencing  a destination and what it has to offer with a r

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My World Keeps Getting Larger Every Day

In 1970 it was just about the time that I started having a world view and began my journey to seriously consider, people, places and ideas outside my backyard and comfort zone... it was the same year that Neil Sadaka and Howard Greenfield wrote a song for Eydie Gorme called "My World Keeps Getting Smaller Every Day"... it became a hit for Miss Gorme and a few other people recorded it including Neil Sedaka and me for an audition demo tape once... my favorite version was done by Carmen Soriano...

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Landing Jelly Side Up

Well first of all I'm sorry that it's been over a month since I was able to get my thoughts together to post here... a lot has been going  on and it all needed my full attention... first on the list is that   we moved and coordinating 25 years of belongings and downsizing to a new location is one big nerve jangling job!     No we did not move here but this has always been one of my favorite pieces of property in the world... Maybe someday.... meanwhile I love where we are now

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Turning The Corner...And Moving On

Sometimes it's easier said than done to turn one of life's corners and move on... simply because sometimes we don't want to let go or can't for some reason. I am so ready to let go of the last few years... the last year in particular and start a new chapter. But it's important to take stock of everything and leave behind what or who is unnecessary and obsolete and pack carefully what we might need for the journey and the destination.   I don't think I need to tell anyone that 2020 was

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Pieces Of The Puzzle

Several years ago I used to go skiing with the same group of people and usually some new people would join and it was alway nice to have new blood to ski with but mostly for the after ski activities (I know what you are thinking) but you are wrong (well except once or twice)         I learned a long time ago it's better to rent a condo in lieu of staying in a hotel because it really saves money in the long run... and it's nicer (in my opinion to have a place that

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This Old House...

I'm sorry to say it's another rerun from the archives... I'm working on something new so thank you for your patience and for reading my blogs... In 1966 there was a movie starring Natalie Wood and Robert Redford based on a story by Tennessee Williams called This Property Is Condemed, about life in the south during the depression and the physical and emotional effects of abandonment, abuse and neglect... the story and movie as you may guess is not an uplifting one and (spoiler alert) there n

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Lost And Found

I suppose the best thing I can say about 2020 is that (at least for me) everyone showed their true colors this year... and good or bad it's important to know people for what they are and not try to make them more than they are ever capable of being... and at the same time appreciate the people who really stepped up and helped make a difference. The things and people in life that excite us are not random they are connected to our soul and are part of our purpose in living every day...With

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Care To Tango Avec Moi?

I'm sorry this is another rerun from the archives from four years ago (I've been too busy to write)... This one ties in to the last one I published here and maybe will tie a few loose ends together... This one is a bit longer than normal so pour a cup of coffee or whatever...   If you do... I know how to tango too... but I only know how to lead... if I was an excellent dancer I would know how to follow as well... How many times have you heard someone say "It takes two to tango?"... it's

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Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

I have always liked almost anything that begins with Once upon a time... So then here we go with... Once Upon A Time In Hollywood... I'm not going to be discussing the Quentin Tarantino movie with Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio as much as I loved it... because he wrote the happy ending everyone wished had really happened in the first place. When I was growing up I began my lifelong love affair with movies as I discussed here in (Behind The Scenes) I used to watch the late movie on Frida

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Behind The Scenes

Here is another repeat... I'm working on something right now named "Once Upon A Time" and in it  I reference this so I thought you should read this first before I post the new one... Stay tuned...        I was really torn about the title this week... I was thinking of calling it  A Man And A Woman And Me or Un Homme Et Une Femme et Moi! I have spent much of my life in a darkened movie theatre lost in other worlds and alternate realities on adventures and sometimes to esc

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Written Out Of The Script

Thanks for being patient...  finally got around to writing something new...       There are a lot of ways a character can be taken out of the story in the entertainment industry... it happens most often in film  when a feature character gets edited out (It's what used to be called winding up on the cutting room floor when film was actually cut for editing...A place I've wound up many times) usually a character is deemed insignificant to the storyline or someone is trying to c

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Since We're Neighbors Let's Be Friends

I wrote this before I wrote the blog about filming Grease but this is a brief account of living next door to Carrie Fisher in Hollywood Hills the summer I was filming...           If you shopped at the Safeway supermarket stores in the 60's and 70's you are likely familiar with the slogan and song they used in their advertisements on radio and television... and a snappy little jingle it was because I can still hear it playing in my head sometimes...  For the most pa

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See You In My Dreams

This is from about the same time... last year... I'm sorry to say my blogs are going to have to continue to be reruns for a few weeks... I'm busy with other projects and issues at the moment so bear with me...   First of all I hope everyone had a fantastic summer... and to begin I want to thank you for reading... Next week marks four years since I started this venture and I can only hope it's been as enjoyable and interesting for you as it has been for me.   As much as summertime

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Follies

I was thinking today about the Tony Awards that did not happen this year and thought of this little gem from a couple of years ago...   fol·ly/ˈfälē/ noun lack of good sense; foolishness. a costly ornamental building with no practical purpose, especially a tower or mock-Gothic ruin built in a large garden or park. a theatrical revue, typically with glamorous female performers.     Since the Tony Award nominations came out I've been thinking about

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Decisions...Decisions...

More summer thoughts from 2018!... Spoiler Alert... I used miles and went to Paris that summer to think things over and have a new culinary adventure...     As I said last time  it was necessary for me to spend some quality time with myself to give some offers serious thought and make some decisions about myself and the future... (before I go any further I want to thank the people who I speak with on a regular or at least a fairly regular basis for respecting my privacy and allowi

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Summer Vacation...

As promised I said I would share a few of my older blogs while I'm on my annual summer sabbatical ... it was a heart rending trying to decide so I settled on sharing some of the summer vacation entires...         Summer has always been my favorite season... even though it's the shortest and time seems to fly from Memorial Day to Labor Day... I love it because it has the longest days that many have been filled with crystalline water under a cerulean sky punctuated with

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Tropical Depression

Storms and lightening and violent storms used to be one of the things that scared the living daylights out of me (If truth be told they still scare me)... but I've learned to have respect for them with the knowledge that nature like people need to have a way of resetting and balancing... But always take whatever steps necessary to keep yourself out of harms way.   I have loved every moment of every day that I've lived in or visited a tropical places... the weather and the lifestyle

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Holding Out For A Hero

Right now at least for me the biggest heroes on my list are the men and woman around the world working in health care who have been fighting on the front lines against covid-19...    But before I begin I want to address something that I received a few e-mails about in the last week or so... that it's my tendency to write about the past...  I want to be perfectly clear that I have no interest or wish to go backwards and live in the past or try to hold on to it in todays world... but it's

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Picking Up The Pieces And Moving On...

I closed last time asking you to think about the kind of world you want to create to help build the new normal in the world... and maybe it was a bit daunting... but consider just starting with rebuilding your own personal world as a blueprint for your new normal... I'll ask you to consider something... I have always bought the type clothing for the life I have... but also a few things for the life I want to have... Believe it or not I've actually bought shoes just in case Brad Pitt and I ran in

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Gone... But Not Forgotten

The world we are living in right now is very uncertain, since March we have been in a quarantine staying at home and social distancing when we leave to bring home essentials. I think all of us are yearning for the day when we leave our homes again and return to some sense of normalcy to see our friends and hug and live the kind of life that perhaps many of us took for granted before our exile began at home. During times like this I think it's natural and probably therapeutic to think back to tim

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