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000Kanaka000
12-01-2012, 10:53 AM
When you don't pick up your uke at all that day.
The more days off the more ill one is. arghhhh
couldn't imagine not playing the uke all day but
when you are feeling like being on full tilt it's just
not happening.

Looking forward to uke playing day again soon.

May all be well and playing the uke with vigor. Enjoy
it for those of us that are at the moment indisposed
and not up to playing for a short while.

mm stan
12-01-2012, 10:57 AM
I have been sick for some time....almost a year and hardly play now..and when I do it's just my old stuff and nothing new...hope you feel better soon....take care and God Bless...

000Kanaka000
12-01-2012, 11:14 AM
This should pass enough in another day to be back to uke playing. It's miserable being
to ill to play so am hoping that you are soon well enough to have some new things
coming in to play. That would be wonderful to hear. Now back to the spin cycle.

vanflynn
12-01-2012, 12:03 PM
Wowzer. Too sick to not want to pick up your Moore Bettah? You must be really ill.

Sending healing vibes you way. Hope you feel Bettah soon.

mm stan
12-01-2012, 12:17 PM
I have a double whammy, my pinch nerve in my back and throat infection....shoots.. hope you get better soon and get playng again....infection is slowly getting better ...I hopee

000Kanaka000
12-01-2012, 01:05 PM
Understood really not fun---

and yes when to ill to pick up a Moore Bettah
you are really feeling lousy.

Ouch back pain really isn't fun either may
that nerve find its way back home. Can
understand the throat infection have been
there for a number of days myself - painful.
Hurts to swallow - hurts to talk - oh lets face
it it's just pain. The infection clears up slowly
mine is on the mend but it's taking some time
am usually pretty hail and hearty so when i get
slammed i know it's a bad one. Things usually
wash over in a day but this one has settled in
real good. Am up for a couple of minutes check
the forum then blow the nose, hack up my guts
a bit then back under the covers for a bit of respite.
The good news is that this too will pass ---- eventually.

Thanks for the healing vibes people.



I have a double whammy, my pinch nerve in my back and throat infection....shoots.. hope you get better soon and get playng again....infection is slowly getting better ...I hopee

Patrick Madsen
12-01-2012, 08:42 PM
The bad days make us appreciate the good days. May good days follow soon. I trust you'll be well enough to get that tat on Monday.

Tootler
12-01-2012, 09:58 PM
Sorry to hear you're unwell.

Miss your videos.

Get well soon & all the best

000Kanaka000
12-01-2012, 11:35 PM
The bad days make us appreciate the good days. May good days follow soon. I trust you'll be well enough to get that tat on Monday.


Should be well enough but am rethinking the tat - mens tattoos are more about their personal journey whereas the womens is more of a
bonding with mother earth - keeping the family and societal structure
in place. Being that i am a celibate and the journey is that of breaking
out of the family dynamic seems to perhaps be an oxymoron to be
getting that tattoo. Will see what the tattooist says as this journey
has not been about keeping the womens hearth and home in place.
In fact anything but. hahahahahaahah it's been to long of a journey
to be caged in the home is paramount mentality. Unless have missed something along the way. But have been doing quite a bit of researching and am finding very little about these types of tattoos.

All is well it will get sorted out am sure. Took Suvrat to the shop
and he got the perfect tattoo for his journey and it is opening doors
which is fabulous.

Barbablanca
12-01-2012, 11:55 PM
G & MM may healing waves of pure ukulele energy break over you both!

joeybug
12-02-2012, 06:04 AM
I understand that sentiment, having had a whole six weeks with a fractured pelvis that I couldn't play and the bad days that come too. I hope you're feeling better soon and able to pick up that Moore Bettah and give her a good ole strum! Feel better!

Joey :music:

000Kanaka000
12-02-2012, 06:14 AM
Ouch.... Now that one would be brutal --- it's better today got the uke
out but the case feels like it weighs a hundred pounds so am still a bit
weak. Good news is am on the mend, it will only get better from here.

Thank you



I understand that sentiment, having had a whole six weeks with a fractured pelvis that I couldn't play and the bad days that come too. I hope you're feeling better soon and able to pick up that Moore Bettah and give her a good ole strum! Feel better!

Joey :music:

mm stan
12-02-2012, 06:46 AM
Aloha,
Hope you are feeling better....are you still here in hawaii....I just figured out you were on vacation here.....let me know...take care and hope you are feeling better too soon...MM Stan

mm stan
12-02-2012, 06:52 AM
G & MM may healing waves of pure ukulele energy break over you both!


Mahalo Nui, Brother.....we both need all good healing vibes our way..Happy Strummings

000Kanaka000
12-02-2012, 08:34 AM
Aloha ---

Yes am still here --- am dragging out of the sick bed to drive around to North
shore today to pay andrew so i can get a pickup installed in the Kawika. Am
feeling a bit better but not 100 %. At least am no longer feeling like on full
tilt. hahahahahaah things are getting better but have heard this thing hangs
on for a couple of weeks.




Aloha,
Hope you are feeling better....are you still here in hawaii....I just figured out you were on vacation here.....let me know...take care and hope you are feeling better too soon...MM Stan

Big_e
12-02-2012, 05:14 PM
That was me all day today! I think I'm trying to come down with something, slight fever, sore throat. If I'm not playing my ukes, I'll practice with one of my bamboo flutes and I've been too down and out to practice anything today. I'll pick up my Sopranino and practice a bit before going to bed though.

mm stan
12-02-2012, 05:28 PM
Aloha ---

Yes am still here --- am dragging out of the sick bed to drive around to North
shore today to pay andrew so i can get a pickup installed in the Kawika. Am
feeling a bit better but not 100 %. At least am no longer feeling like on full
tilt. hahahahahaah things are getting better but have heard this thing hangs
on for a couple of weeks.

Where are you staying at? Waikiki?? I just got me a Keli'i solid koa for in mint condition for 75.00 hee hee wouldn't mind seeing your moord bettah and kawika..hee hee
glad you stay feeling bettah...

000Kanaka000
12-02-2012, 05:30 PM
Oh man i Really hope you aren't coming down with the same
bug i have ---- it gets much worse before getting better. Am
Still not over it but thank god it is getting better day by day.
But there were 3 - 4 days of just 100 % brutal pain.

Hope yours is just a light case and over by morning.




That was me all day today! I think I'm trying to come down with something, slight fever, sore throat. If I'm not playing my ukes, I'll practice with one of my bamboo flutes and I've been too down and out to practice anything today. I'll pick up my Sopranino and practice a bit before going to bed though.

000Kanaka000
12-02-2012, 05:40 PM
Yes am in Waikiki at the Aqua Wave on Kuhio street. Sorry but the
Kawika is not here Andrew has it putting in a pickup. Am glad you
got a good deal. Am leaving soon. Am not all the way bettah but
am getting there slowly.



Where are you staying at? Waikiki?? I just got me a Keli'i solid koa for in mint condition for 75.00 hee hee wouldn't mind seeing your moord bettah and kawika..hee hee
glad you stay feeling bettah...

Canoe Lady
12-02-2012, 07:40 PM
000Kanaka000, you do NOT want Stan to get his hands on your Moore Bettah. He might never let it go.

Rubio MHS
12-02-2012, 08:03 PM
Two weeks ago, I sprained my hand opening a jar of olives. I'm starting to play the ukulele again, but it's tough. God, I feel old, and I'm not quite 40.

coolkayaker1
12-02-2012, 08:04 PM
000k000, since you're there until Dec 4, it sure would be nice to see your new tat (I'm sure you'll get something, even if a little ukulele!) and a ukulele song video on the most famous beach in the entire world, Waikiki.

get well soon. Mahalo.

mds725
12-02-2012, 08:10 PM
Argh! I hate being sick in general, but I hate it even more when I'm away from home. I hope you're feeling better and get to be healthy again before you have to travel back to home. Then you can regale us with tales and photos of your adventures!

000Kanaka000
12-03-2012, 04:45 AM
000Kanaka000, you do NOT want Stan to get his hands on your Moore Bettah. He might never let it go.

* hahahahahaah Understood - that or will get it back with drool. Then again i have drooled on one
myself before mine came.

[QUOTE=Canoe Lady;1114653]

000Kanaka000
12-03-2012, 04:52 AM
It's nice coming back but have taken very few photos. i used to live here and it's
like coming back home rather than an exciting tourist endeavor. Came with
someone else and it was more geared to things that would aide in his personal
journey. It has been quite successful on that end. Tomorrow is the fly back day.
Spent time more on the quiet area of North Shore and up at the Pali.



Argh! I hate being sick in general, but I hate it even more when I'm away from home. I hope you're feeling better and get to be healthy again before you have to travel back to home. Then you can regale us with tales and photos of your adventures!

000Kanaka000
12-03-2012, 05:33 AM
Unfortunately am at the hacking stage of the illness so singing is out of the question.
Not sure if the tattoo is going to take place or not again due to being at the tail end of
this miserable virus. A ukelele was the last thing was going to get it was going to be a
traditional tattoo done in the traditional way of tatau here is the tattoo artist and also
a bit more on this type of tattooing. it's a bit brutal so being am not yet well it may not
happen but will see how am fairing by time to step up.. Can't be hacking while they are
trying to do taptau
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WFpHnpW2fYw



000k000, since you're there until Dec 4, it sure would be nice to see your new tat (I'm sure you'll get something, even if a little ukulele!) and a ukulele song video on the most famous beach in the entire world, Waikiki.

get well soon. Mahalo.

vanflynn
12-03-2012, 06:05 AM
Being sick away from home (especially in paradise) isn't any fun. Being sick on a plane (especially Oahu to Florida) is worse.

Hopefully you can get heavily medicated and sleep the whole way.

Have a save trip.

000Kanaka000
12-03-2012, 06:26 AM
Yeah it's an overnight flight but just wish it went to florida directly but am flying into New York BRRRRRRR then
the flight to florida takes place the next day. So will be freezing my Okole in New York and will be happy
to be leaving that cold ASAP. At least am feeling better than i did a few days ago as that would have really
been miserable. Don't usually sleep on planes but maybe the body being so worn down i might just pass out.
Am feeling a hair more energetic than yesterday though. The worst is over. Thank God. Thank you the trip
back should be fine.


Being sick away from home (especially in paradise) isn't any fun. Being sick on a plane (especially Oahu to Florida) is worse.

Hopefully you can get heavily medicated and sleep the whole way.

Have a save trip.

000Kanaka000
12-03-2012, 07:05 PM
After all that am going back home minus traditional tatau --- can't have it done
when not 100 % well. So such is life and that's fine too. It's not the same as
having something modern done.

Plainsong
12-03-2012, 11:52 PM
Oh that sucks. But yeah, you can't find your happy place if you're sick... and it would need touch-ups no doubt, since being sick effects healing. You should console yourself by booking a time with someone who will do the world's best traditional style ukulele.

000Kanaka000
12-04-2012, 06:25 AM
Actually in the end it's all for the best. Am much better this morning and it's time to
pack up and move on.


Oh that sucks. But yeah, you can't find your happy place if you're sick... and it would need touch-ups no doubt, since being sick effects healing. You should console yourself by booking a time with someone who will do the world's best traditional style ukulele.