It’s Aloha Friday

It’s Aloha Friday

The Story Behind Aloha Friday Posts

In the Hawaiian language, the word “Aloha” has several meanings.

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Among them are: hello, good-bye, love, peace and compassion.
Aloha Friday began in the early 1960’s and a watered down version of of the tradition, casual Friday,  spread from the islands.  Ironically, the people of Hawaii take Aloha Friday pretty serious. It is a day to dress more casual, many leave work early, and join friends at Happy Hour.  

I am fortunate to travel to Hawaii on business and on this trip while sitting on my lanai, I was thinking about the concept of Aloha Friday. I thought this would be a good fit for this blog and so I would like to institute an occasional Aloha Friday post.

The idea behind my Aloha Friday posts is that they are intended to be short and easy. It might just be a picture, a quote, or a link to an interesting website or resource. Easy.

So on that note I end with the lyrics to It’s Aloha Friday by Kimo Kahoana & Paul Natto

It’s Aloha Friday, no work ‘til Monday.

Doo be doo, doo doo be, doo be doo, be doo be doo!

(Repeat)

Mahalo 

Aloha and thanks for reading this post.  I invite you to subscribe to the Campfire Blog and to follow Camp Method on InstaGram, Facebook, and YouTube for my latest adventures and updates.  Mahalo

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