Home Sweet Home!

Home sweet home!After 17 days family vacation, it’s very nice to be home and lay down on my own bed. It’s so funny that I feel like I need post-vacation. Traveling with kids can become chaos, but we had a great fun time. In fact, it’s a teamwork and that’s great system. I’m very happy about it because we show them the teamwork and we’ve been building sweet memories for them.

Home sweet home!I miss you all and miss visiting your blogs. I’m still recovering from jet lag and busy getting ready for my kids to go back to school. When things are loosening up, I’ll find time to visit your blogs.

When I walked along Kalakaua street in Honolulu, I saw many performers on the street, and had one performer really get my attention because of his outfit made of newspaper, very cool. It’s like a art that I want to have it for my closet decoration.

I also discovered a Japanese store that just sells T-shirts and jeans on Kalakaua avenue called 88 Tees, next to the Prada store. The store played very exciting music and was packed with young Japanese people.

This is the stairway leading to the store. It’s very interesting and artistic. Inside the store.
Wishing you all a wonderful weekend!!!xoxo…Hanh 😉
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22 thoughts on “Home Sweet Home!

  1. Welcome back Hanh, can't wait to see more awesome posts from you. It's really strange but I've seen almost exactly the same stairs when I was visiting a Japanese clothing store in Melbourne, coincidence?

  2. H.,
    I know what you mean by post-vacation…I always make the same mistake and arrive home on sunday and have to go to work on monday…big no no!
    Welcome back!


    It's always great to travel and always wonderful to be back – home sweet home – indeed!!!
    I've missed you soooooooo very much, dearest Hanh!
    Thanks for sharing all these amazing pictures with us through all your vacation time! It felt like being on a journey with you – and I'm sure I was not the only one who enjoyed this little short trips from daily life. Thanks for taking us with you!!
    So I'm wishing you and your sweet family a relaxing and wonderful weekend!! Just arrive back home completely, darling!!!
    muuuuuuuuuuuch love and big hugs + kisses always, sofie

  4. Love, so wonderful to "see" you again 😀 Can't stop smiling now…. :-)))))))))))))))))))))

    If you'll find the time and energy again – I've passed you a little award – and I hope you like it!

    But for now enjoy the weekend and relaaaaaaaaax with the family!!

    muuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuch, muuuuuuuuuuuuuch love always

  5. Hi Hanh
    Oh what a lovely lovely surprise!!!

    So nice you are back from holidays and already did a new post!
    You truly provided us with so many beautiful pictures!!!!

    Hanh, I had the same problems: IM store in Paris emailed me back that they don´t ship.
    Please let me know and I can call on monday Q206 for you and ask for your size!!!

    Have a beautiful weekend, Hanh… it´s so sweet of you that you already care so much about other blogs while I´m sure you have so many other things to do right now 😉 THANK YOU, SWEETHEART!!!
    You are a doll 😉

    xoxo, Martina

  6. Just another line to wish you GOOD NIGHT!!!
    And when you wish that I call the store please let me know I´m happy to help 😉

  7. Wow that store looks cool and kinda creepy at the same time because of the dolls..=P I'm not a tshirt person but I bet I'm gonna have a great time just exploring the unique designs.. Glad you enjoyed your super fun trip! thanks for tagging us along Portland and Hawaii..=)

  8. Looks like a really special time away with your children! Beautiful family you are…and you have such a gorgeous bod! Love your Hawaiian fashion too.

  9. I was in Honolulu earlier this summer, and saw this exact performer! There was also street performers covered in gold paint, fake money, and all sorts of other things! How I wish I was back in Hawaii…such fun times!

    xoxo Kaycee

  10. Ohh I miss 88Tees! I went to Honolulu for my honeymoon and this brings back memories 😀 You remind me a little bit of my mom, who is the youngest of 9 children, they were from Vietnam. Where were you born?

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