Help! I’ve lost my voice in Puako Beach, Hawaii Island, Kohala Coast!
Sounds like a tweet, or a Facebook update, doesn’t it?
Just another gorgeous sunset in Puako, across the street from my house
Well, that’s not so surprising, given that I’ve spent the vast majority of my “writing” time these past six weeks doing exactly thatâ€”a lot of “checking in,” a lot of twittering (LOVE Hootsuite!), and a lot of Facebook posting.
Granted, most of this time was spent on the road and attending interesting events, so this method of communicating was much more effective, and efficient for me under the circumstances. However, I didn’t expect to lose my “voice.”
Yes, Puako is still just as special a neighborhood as it’s always beenâ€”perhaps even more so with the stunning weather we’ve had this year.
But now, I tend to want to describe it in short bursts, not quite like haiku:
I heart Puako!
Woo Hoo! I agree!! RT @frayalesmana: PUAKO
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Those of you who have known me a long time I’m sure are chuckling at the thought of me losing my “voice…” Please refrain from commenting below.
But the truth is, as I sit here listening to the birds chirp, smelling plumerias with the ocean across the streetâ€”as inspiring as this scene is to make me want to write a long, eloquent postâ€”I sort of just want to give you the facts Facebook/Twitter-style and walk to the ocean and jump in.
New listing #60puako @GLDavis20 oceanfront Puako asking $2.9M @Cynthia_Hoskins@hawaiilife
No. 144â€”Oceanfront Puako Beach cottage asking $2.5M, sold for $2,125,000 April 29th #puako #honu #oceanfront @hawaiilife
Real estate is a practice, as is yoga, medicine, and it turns out…writing. I need to get back practicing the craft of writing to find my voice again! I’ll get right on that…just as soon as I re-tweet the article about Matt’s $4.6M listing on Kauai being picked up by the Wall Street Journal…