Sunday morning. A few clouds. A brisk wind whipped up the surface of the ocean. The sun was just making its appearance from behind Koko Head and Koko Crater. I had fallen behind the rest of our small morning group to take a couple of pictures.
And Marlo was sticking close to me, hoping that a snack-size dog biscuit might suddenly appear out of my pocket.
His person was already quite a ways up the beach, but Marlo was focused on me. I did eventually offer him a treat, but not till later in the walk.
By the way, he is a very cute dog, and an effective beggar.
Tomorrow is the Kuhio Day holiday in Hawaii. Tuesday is the memorial service for my sister. The following week, I’ll be tagging along while Meda attends the Pacific Sociological Association annual conference in Portland, Oregon.
And so it goes.