Saturday, May 19, 2012

Updates as of 05192012

Hello there, It's been awhile hasn't it? I apologize. But there's been a few things to update. Well,... Melba; with my mom. All is okay. She's still complaining about not being able to see. She's continuing to see her specialist and after her MRI came back negative more tests are being run. They don't know why she can't see. All what they expect aren't turning out to be what they think. "I will never take advantage of my eye sight again when I get my eyes back". That breaks my heart everytime I think about her and her condition(s). She's not complaining though. She's really calm with all that she's been thru. I guess, if I were in her position, I'd try to be as happy as I can be because when all narrows down to what LIFE is really about - I'd be happpy I'm breathing and still alive. Marik; stepdaddy is doing really well. He's now in remission. A few months ago, he did his every 6 month check up and they found NOTHING on his scans. He's a true believer and GOD definitely rewarded him for that and all the love and changes he's made in his life. God bless the world! Shelby; All is okay with this lil one! She's growing before my eyes. Speaking of which. You'll see a video I'm posting from YouTube later on. And, this is shelby performing "Punalu'u". If she wins, she'll be able to go to Indiana (Indiana University) to perform for the Best Buddies International Leadership Conference July 22, 2012.

Monday, January 23, 2012

Sad but True

As I was watching the 10 o'clock news, like I pretty much do every night, I saw a lady speaking on behalf of the patients that needed kidneys.The ONLY transplant center in the state of Hawaii has closed recently. My mom got the notice and when I saw it and asked her what it really meant - I wanted to cry!

How can this money situation DO this to the poor patients that are awaiting a transplant. I mean, c'mon now? I'm so saddened. All the unused organs, that was still in the hands of the transplant center, was shipped to the mainland so now for all the patients in Hawaii to get their kidneys - they're out of luck! How the hell? I mean, hello? So, what's the purpose now? What now? Errr.

I'm annoyed with Hawaii. They're working on it "supposedly". Hopefully something will work out about this so that the people needing kidneys or whatever organ WILL get it, somehow. My mom has children & grandchildren still. She can't be suffering any longer. But wait, with my moms new condition the pulmonary hypertension she won't be able to operate. =/

Question is, what now?

Sunday, January 15, 2012


Aloha No everyone.

As I was watching the news, and as time goes on, I realize that for all the things that I'd like to do with my time isn't spent actually TRYING to do the things I've always wanted to do. Hey, I spend all day watching tv, eating, getting fat, and just being a mom & wife. It's a job all in itself but lets not go there.

Hello. I'm Ashley, please please please call me ASH. I'm a young lady, in my 20's, a mother of 2, and a brand new wife. I reside in Hawai'i with my husband and children. Now, this isn't about me. But, I'd like to briefly introduce myself.

This blog is called Nau Wale No which in Hawaiian means Just for you. This blog is to help sort out my feelings on a typical subject, on my typical family, on a not so typical yet this isn't original either.

This is about my family and their lives that I'm not too happy about exploiting but I want to know that if there is anyone out there that would listen to my story, that I put into words thru my own eyes, then at least I know someone is ... listening. I know right now, this blog won't get out there, but I'm hoping it'll reach someone that could either relate to their situation and know that there are people out there in the same condition as they are or know of someone in their lives battling with the same thing.

I just hope that in time... me blogging about my family will pay off. God's blessings works in mysterious ways, and I speak from experience. Moving on.

This blog is 100% true. 100% real. and 100% made from love.. It's my love to my mother from a daughter who is trying to understand that life is more than just trials it's about understanding that there is God that loves you and will do everything in his power to heal you.