Aloha Kalikimaka &Mele Kalikimaka！（ハワイ語でメリークリスマス！)
みなさまのおかげで、tunecore のiTunes Storeワールドで5日間第一位を記録いたしました。
The Song Of Christmasで少しほっこり、冬の楽しい思い出を思い出したりしながら、
ラジオからは、IZのKaua'i Beautyがなっていたり、Aloha Kamanini♪などずっと流れていたなぁ。いろんな歴史はあるけれど、今の私にあなたにみなさまに、Aloha!
Mele Kalikimaka to all!
Aloha Kalikimaka to all,
I am thankful to my friends and 'ohana to be around with me, cheering for me, be there for me when I wanted some comfort and encouragements.
I hope I can be the same like you all did to me this year for the next year to come.
We made it to the top song of the World Genre in iTunes Store for 5 days from Dec 9th to Dec 14th. December 3rd was Kui Lee's remembrance day, so I also released "Where Is My Love Tonight". It is a little sad song. If that made you sad some time, please listen along this "The Song of Christmas". A lovely Kui Lee's Christmas song, which I imagine he sung watching New York city decollated in Christmas time where he lived and performed at for a decade.
I would love to hear what you think on this song!! Feel free to send me your thought.
I want you to feel a warm and tinkling sound of Christmas!
I am thankful for what I am today and happy for you are YOU in this present.
My friend Lisa always said "Kūlia i ka nuʻu (nuku)" it was the best known words of Her Majesty Queen Kapiʻolani which meant to strive to the top (prepare for the best results). At Pualeilani, there were cultural event for the Queen. Kumu Kuʻuipo Kumukahi and Karen Keawehawaiʻi and Royal Hawaiian Band sounded so wonderful. I just wish I were there.
If you are reading this in Hawaiʻi donʻt forget to reach out HMPS for Hawaiʻi events. I would like someone to know that Hawaiian cultures are shared but not for sale. Hope you find a true Hawaiʻi and hopefully you could help, support, study culture and keep culture alive in its genuine way.
Thank you again for your supports.
me ke aloha pumehana,