I Miss Hawai'i

My time at UH was among the best I've had. I now live in Tennessee, and my childhood years were spent mostly in Arizona. Sure, I'm nostalgic about the college experience, and partying and experimenting with life before real responsibilities. Mostly, I miss the beauty of the place and its people. I never learned to surf, but I tried and had fun. I don't mean to offend anyone, such as my new friends and neighbors who try to be kind, but it was such a pleasure not to look like an outsider, or get referred to over and over as "Asian" or "minority" just because I am an American and my ethnic origin is Korean. There, for that time, I was just one of the girls, one of the people. I hope to return someday, but maybe it is just a dream.
JeanneK JeanneK
31-35, F
2 Responses Oct 12, 2010

hi there jeannek me his adultbaby 247 so will you pwease chat with me fwiend baby glencoe2

It doesn't have to be a dream. You can come over, stay a while, and see what happens. You know you'd fit in. Walk to any mall and you'll see Asian food mixed with hamburgers, hot dogs, Hawaiian food, pizza, etc.... why? Because we love rich variety. One one spice overpowers another...is what makes a great dish.