Lalo Kalosipani News 15 from Hiko
'Oku mou fefe hake? Mou ki'i afe mai . . . 'eva mai . . . a'u mai ki he mokomoko mo e fakalangalea 'o e lalo kalosipani. 'ikai ha me'a ia 'e ma'u ko e kelevi kapapulu pe mo e la'ima pakupaku. ka ko hono 'ea, kauteme . . kou talaatu, hala hano tatau. Ko e mo'oni atu. 'Oua temou fu'u hoha'a kimoutolu ki he tsunami. Talamai 'e Maliana ia ko e taimi ha'u ia e pasi ko e heka ko e heka. But that probably goes for us in Tonga, since the country is almost flat.
Anyway, 'oku mau mo'ui lelei pe. Fiefia to find our prince Saimone jr getting better now. Fai ai pe hono anga ko e kaikaila ai pe mo e tuli e fanga kuli. He's a pretty active little boy, me'a pe ko e fakahela hono fua holo. And our very own Milika, I tell you, this little one ko e 'atamai atu. One night I was working up late at home, and Milika was up with me. Lolotonga fai 'eku ngaue, 'oku fai pe 'ene fakamuna tokotaha he tafa'aki, and it scared the hell out of me, coz all in that quietness of the night, she was doing her fakamuna by pretending she was having some playmates playing with them. Kuo u 'osi ilifia au ia, na'a 'oku 'i ai ko a ha taha ia 'oku va'inga mo e ki'i ta'ahine he'ene fiefia he'ene fakamuna and calling out names to her imaginary playmates, real unknown names which I don't know where she got them from. Kou fanafana atu ki ai ke 'alu 'o mohe he kuo fuoloa e po'uli and she nodded her head to sideways . . . I felt that moment, 'oku toe lahi ange 'eku ilifia. After that night, I told Tiana to make sure her little girl gets to sleep on time, kae tuku hono disturb 'eku ngaue.
As for Tiana and Fifita, they're doing ok. Poini jr too is doing ok. He told us he's quit his job, so I don't know what's on his mind right now or where he's heading. I hope all goes well with him. Of course our little uncle Napa has left our Lalo Kalosipani. We really miss him dearly. But I'm sure ne tu'umalie pe e ki'i patele he fu'u pa'anga laukilu ne ma'u he'ene kalapu fakamavae. Masi'i . . . tu'umalie lahi . . . lol.
For our little village, they're doing great. Ko 'emau kalapu Fe'ofa'aki'akakau - we are preparing to travel to Kiwiland. This is their third attempt because the first two both failed disastrously. I reckon if this one doesn't go out well for them, pea ta 'oku laka ange ke nau feinga a ki Kotu. Na'e lukuluku pe tangai me'akai ke fa'o he koniteina ke tokoni ki he'enau folau. There's about almost twenty of them, so wish them luck. They're heading to Auckland, ke fakafeohi mo e kalapu MaileUa.
Anyway, ko 'etau ma'ala 'eni mo e manioke 'oku sai pe. I'm looking after it now, so leave your trust with me. Ta u toki fetaulaki pe ki tau'anga pasi. Friday is my favourite night out he ve'etou'a, but I'll try to catch up some time on Saturday ke huo'i atu ha me'i vao. 'Atunga ai foki ko e tou'a ia ko 'ene fakafiufiungata'a. Man, last Friday night na'a mau 'i he kalapu 'i Sia'atoutai (kau tikonesi pe 'a Seilala), tou'a faka'ofo'ofa mo'oni, she really turned me on. Kou inu ai pe he kuo melie e kava ia . . plus I managed to get her number, and it's going pretty well . . lol . . mohe 'a Talia ia!
So take care of yourself folks and stay tune. 'Ofa lahi atu to you all.
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