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Thursday, May 2, 2013

Finish the Sentence Friday: “If I were stuck on an island, I would like to have…”



If I were stuck on an island, I would like to have....

So this should be easy since I've lived on an island for the first part of my life! Thank goodness I know how to do this:



And I don't mind doing this either:



But, if I really need to have something, then it would be:


And whenever you're on ANY island you will definitely need:


And this too:



Just in case a typhoon takes these away:


But really?!? Why would anyone want to leave something as beautiful as this? 



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33 comments :

  1. Flip flops were on my list, too! :-) That last pic is gorgeous, where is it? (FTSF)

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    1. That's Hawaii, my home state! Thank you so much for stopping by :)

      Jessica

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  2. great post...all great things. But I'd be teh first one trying to build a raft and get out. LOL

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    1. LOL! I've lived on an island for so long that I probably would think I was home if stranded. hahaha! Thanks so much for stopping by :)

      Jessica

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  3. Still so jealous that you did get to live on an island most of your life, but seriously Starbucks was the best by far. Thanks for linking up with us Jessica!! :)

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    1. hahaha! If I was for real stranded, I'd have to make some sort of concoction out of coconut and pretend it was Starbucks :). Thanks for hosting!

      Jessica

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  4. Hubby wants to go to Hawaii for his birthday this year. he's never been. I'm afraid if we go, he'll not wanna leave. I tried to run away from Alaska and move to Hawaii once. ;)

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    1. I LOVE Alaska! I was there for a week in 2008 running the marathon in Anchorage. I didn't want to leave there. It was soo beautiful! Thanks so much for stopping by :)

      Jessica

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  5. Oh my god! I love this post! I think it is so cool that you lived on an island - do you miss it?

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    1. I do miss it! Don't get me wrong, I like TX but when the humidity hits, I LONG for the seabreezes and the beach. Thanks for stopping by!

      Jessica

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  6. I love Hawaii! Haha to Starbucks!

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    1. Hi Kristi!

      Thanks for stopping by :). I can't live without my tall anything. hahaha!

      Jessica

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  7. Beautiful pictures! Is that last one Hawaii? Gorgeous!

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  8. Cute post! Well...we went to Kauai where your last picture is from two summers ago...but now I am afraid I only have time for Starbucks...wish I could be stuck in an island again!
    Maria

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    1. Hi Maria,

      Kauai was my favorite island! Now... that is what Hawaii is from like 60 years ago. BEAUTIFUL!! I wasn't sure about the wild chickens though. hahaha! Thanks for stopping by!

      Jessica

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    1. hahaha! I almost wanted to say my laptop too but then thought, how would I enjoy this magnificent view? LOL! Thanks for stopping by!

      Jessica

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  10. What if it's a cold island, like Greenland, or the Sheland Isles?? :-)

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    1. Hmmm... well then, we can definitely lose the flip flops and sunscreen then. LOL! Thanks for stopping by!

      Jessica

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  11. would like to have my family so i dont ever feel alone :)

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    1. Hi there!

      That would be a good idea, huh? Then again... I kinda like the quietness too. LOL! Thanks for stopping by :)

      Jessica

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  12. I agree, that last island is the kind you totally could live in*

    (also did the grow up on an Island, but mine was in New England...not nearly as cool as the photo'd island)

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    1. Hi Clark,

      I will let you in on a little secret, I'm a New Englander by birth. Shh! I'd love to go visit it one day since that last time I was there was birth then the military made us island hop! Thanks for stopping by :)

      Jessica

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  13. Hey, is that Na Pali?!? Oh, you just brought back a wonderful memory for me. I'm curious if living on an island makes you at peace with life as much as vacationing on an island. I hope...

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    1. Hi Jean,

      Yes... that is it aka the Koolaus! I loved the island lifestyle! I wasn't so stressed and it was all about relaxing... even at work! LOL! Thanks for stopping by :)

      Jessica

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  14. I'm in agreement with most of these (except for knowing how to fish). However, what brings more questions than answers is the picture of a woman dry humping the base of a tree.

    Discuss. Wait....don't discuss. Maybe I don't want to know...:-)

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    1. LOL! LOL! LOL! No comment! Thanks for stopping by! I always look forward to your comments :)

      Jessica

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  15. I have lived in Okinawa which is no Hawaii by a long shot. So I wouldn't called myself an experienced islander THOUGH I did go through a few Typhoons.

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    1. Hi Kenya,

      Thanks for stopping by! Aren't typhoons the worse? However, I did LOVE Okinawa too :)

      Jessica

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  16. New follower from the blog hop!

    www.lukerfamilytales.com

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    1. Hi Staci,

      I'm so happy to see you here! Thanks for following :)

      Jessica

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  17. I think I missed a few of these useful items when I wrote my poem :)

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    1. Hi Susan,

      LOL! I still LOVED your poem. Thanks so much for stopping by :)

      Jessica

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