Tag Archives: Women Helping Women Maui

WHY DID SO MANY MEN ON MAUI WALK A MILE AND GET BLISTERS JUST FOR WEARING SHOES SATURDAY?

Because they are not used to walking around in high heels.
 To support women who are victims of domestic violence and take a pledge to do all they can to prevent it, 200 men wearing 400 high heel shoes paraded a mile around Lahaina’s outlet mall in  for Women Helping Women, the non-profit that helps abused women. Here is what we looked like.

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200 MEN, 200 HIGH HEELS: WHO HAS THE MOSTLY SHAPLY LEGS?

LAHAINA, MAUI–Some 200 pairs of high heels were at the ready  this morning for 400 feet few of which had on nail polish. Watch for the next post to see how we did and why we did it.  Watch for my new book finally coming very soon. 

HALF GLASS FULL

Lahaina, Nov. 29–to celebrate this blog’s 350 post of creative photography here’s another provocative photo: “Glass Half Full” Voices of Maui, Publisher

A glass half full showcases a visitor to Lelani's on the Beach, Kaanapali, Maui

A glass half full showcases a visitor to Lelani’s on the Beach, Kaanapali, Maui

LAZY DAY. with apologies to Spanky and Our Gang


Kaanapali, May 6–Just another lazy day here. Who produces the best blog on Maui: Go to Maui Time weekly web site and vote in their annual poll.  You must be familiar enough with Maui to vote in 40 categories, best restaurant, etc. to have you vote counted.
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BLOCKBUSTER POST OF THE YEAR: 106 VOICES OF MAUI BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE OF MAUI AND ELSEWHERE OF THE YEAR, WHO WHERE AND WHEN, LAST POST OF 2014. HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM VOICES OF MAUI

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Ka’anapali, Lahaina, Hawaii Dec. 31–When traveling to Maui, you think of majestic beaches, the deep blue ocean, azure skies, lush rain forests, and flowering plumeria. What you don’t often think of are the beautiful people, beautiful in appearance and beautiful in spirit. Meet them below in the annual Joys of Kaanapali wahine recap (with some guys too). See the well coiffed, the colorfully dressed, the well endowed, the indifferently endowed, the multi-tattooed, the locally well-known and not so well-known, the residences and visitors to the greatest place on earth.


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MIKE WHITE WITH AMY, one of Maui/s best femalte vocalists

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JUST ANOTHER DAY AT THE BEACH

JUST ANOTHER DAY AT THE BEACH

Leilani's last Saturday

Leilani’s last Saturday

At Relay for LIfe tent

At Relay for LIfe tent

 

 

  

Cheesecake for unknown reason

A STAR IS BORN AT WOMEN HELPING WOMEN EVENT

heels singer heels b  IMG_1071Kaanapali, Sept 27–At Saturday’s Woman Helping Women event, daughter of drummer Ray Chin of Fred’s Garage Band makes her singing debut. Voices of Maui Talk Story, LLC photo

IN HIGH SPIKED HEELS YOUR BLOGGER IS BACK TO WALK IN WOMEN’S SHOES TO SUPPORT WOMEN HELPING WOMEN, combat domestic violence and support the island shelter.

IN HIGH SPIKED HEELS YOUR BLOGGER IS BACK to walk a mile in women’s shoes. Returning from vacation, first big event on the agenda is a special event to support Women Helping Women to be held Saturday at Whalers Village shopping center in the heart of Kaanapali.  THE JET LAG IS OVER.  WATCH FOR EXTENSIVE DELAYED POSTS FROM THREE WEEKS AWAY. Voices of Maui Talk Story, LLC photos

The Blogger gets ready at last year's event. Goal this year show up earlier to get higher heels.

The Blogger gets ready at last year’s event. Goal this year show up earlier to get higher heels.

 

In light of recent publicity about NFL football players, supporting groups like this that help women who have been subjected to domestic violence is more important than every.

 

Join me and hopefully Rep. Angus McKelvey and the following people who I am challenging slide out of their sandals and slip into a co.orful array of high heels that will be provide:

 

Come if you dare Council candidate Ka’ala Buenconsejo, Realtor Bob Cartright, Davo, Jim Kingwell, Jim Fahenstock, Skeeter, George Lavenson and Mathew Thayer.

 

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