Hilton Waikoloa, Big Island of Hawaii, 2011.
David and I enjoy the Hawaii Symphony concerts. We heard a Spanish themed concert last night at the Blaisdell.
We also have decided to buy season tickets to next season’s operas: “La Boheme,” “A Streetcar Named Desire,” and “Tales of Hoffman.” We are especially interested in “Streetcar,” because the music was composed by Andre Previn and we have never seen or heard it performed. As you know, “Streetcar” was a play written by Tennessee Williams.
Recently, David celebrated his birthday by taking advantage of the free breakfast for senior birthday people at Anna Miller’s Restaurant. Focus on the word “free.” I paid for my omelet and coffee, whereas he got a farmer’s breakfast for free, simply because it was his birthday. That made David very happy. The deal is that you have to apply for a Senior Club card, first. You qualify if you are 62 years old or over.
Later, we celebrated my sister-in-law’s birthday at 53 By The Sea Restaurant. It’s my favorite restaurant because of the beautiful view of the Pacific Ocean and Diamond Head:
You can consider your birthday in either of two ways: (1) You are one year closer to death, or (2) You are one of the chosen few to make it to another year.