Wednesday, April 7, 2010

NeNe's

In a previous post, I mentioned that several years ago we were given a book titled "Tutu Nene" which the a legend of the native bird, called Nene, here in Hawaii. Our grandchildren loved this book and our little Miss S asked me to read it every time she came over. Tutu, I believe, is the Hawaiin name for grandmother and the story revolves around an adventuresome little Nene and trouble he encounters but grandmother is there to save him. When I recently saw the sign at a resort our friends are at, indicating they had Nene's, I knew we'd have to get some photos. So my dear hubby took the camera with him on the golf course yesterday and captured these.
I love this photo because I think of little Nene's following Tutu Nene....so my little ones, come and follow me. It also makes me think of our following our Good Shepherd.
Have a wonderful day dear friends.
Hugs, Noreen (Tutu Nor)

9 comments:

  1. Great post!
    Blessings, andrea

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  2. Oh, thank you so much for sharing, love it!

    Nancy

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  3. Sweet Post. Interesting birds. My youngest called his Grandma's Nene. I don't know why but it stuck for a long time. There was 'Big' Nene and 'Little' Nene (o:
    Glad you got pictures for the little ones.

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  4. They are so cute, Nor! Tell John thanks for snapping them!! So glad he is getting in some golf!

    Love you!!
    Becky

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  5. They're interesting birds. A good post...I hope you are having a lovely time! :o)

    ~Hugs~

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  6. Looks like you're having some good weather and able to enjoy being out.
    Praying for you all,
    Deb

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  7. Thanks for the well wishes. I have heard that about honey. My sister bought me some local honey last year going to have to get some more. I love honey anyway!
    Interesting birds. Great post.
    Hugs,
    Tara

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