So far, today has been interesting. I woke up at 5a.m. and laid in bed for an hour. I got up, made some moringa, and chatted with Maggie before she left for work and Dani left for school. Mikey and I went for a run! Gosh, we are so out of shape. After the run, we went to leave in the truck, and it didn't start. I prayed over it...and it still didn't start, which was kind of disheartening. We came back inside, and shortly after Mikey went back out to pray and clean the connections to the battery. After he prayed it started up! His first attempt to start the truck was an utter failure; no beep and no turn over at all. He chilled for a minute and tried it again...and blam! The truck started! We were stoked! We left to go see Dani at her school, and on the way Mikey told me he thought God was saying we need to put Him first everyday, that's why He waited to fix the car. We agreed that we do need to put Jesus first in our day. Dani took us to a grocery store, where...yep. You guessed it! We bought groceries! We came home, and Mikey whooped my butt in a game of chess. We hung out at the house for a bit until we left to go see the Blow Hole (I call the blowing hole or the whale) which is where water sprays out through a crack in the Earth due to volcanic pressure, or something like that. We enjoyed our time there, but the weather started to flip on us, so we left. Oh, just before the blowing hole, we found a place called Sandy Beach, which was too beautiful! People were tailgating like a football game, except they were facing the ocean! How dope is that! We found a few pieces of bleached coral and two cool nuts. Sandy Beach is the first place I touched water in Hawai'i. Mikey asked a lifeguard (named Makala or something) if he could trade his Kure Beach lifeguard shirt for his Oahu lifeguard shirt, but he didn't bring a shirt today. On the way home, we stopped at Subway and ate two great subs. When we got home, we chatted with Maggie until Dani got home, who, after a long day of two finals, cooked us a great dinner of steak and poi! Poi is a Hawai'ian root that is pounded to the consistency of play dough...and it tastes like it too. But, it was good with the steak. We watched the first half of Unbroken and went to bed.