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By: Ioana A.
A taupou is revered, as she is chosen by the Matai/ high chief to represent the village.
A few years ago you probably wouldn’t have seen me representing my Samoan culture in this way. I used to feel like an imposter, and to a certain degree at times I still battle with this. .
How can I claim anything Samoan if I’m not 💯 % of Samoan decent or have 💯 % of the blood flowing through my veins - not a ‘thoroughbred’? My mother is Samoan yes, but my dad is Mediterranean. I lived in Samoa 🇼🇸 yes, but I wasn’t born there. Hopping around from country to country was a blessing, but also always had me as the new girl. My sense of identity was skewed. .
However, decades; dozens of countries (lived in and visited); countless schools attended and fifteen house moves later, at 42 years of age, this is what I believe to be true: .
Lineage, culture, ancestry, is like a fire 🔥 that dwells deep in your soul. Like a volcano. Though it may lay dormant, you still feel it burning deep within you. No matter what you tell yourself (or what others tell you), it is there. The more you fuel this flame with honour, pride, passion, purpose, courage and remove the barriers of self doubt or outside ‘noise’, the brighter the flame glows and grows until it has no choice but to ignite and activate every fibre of your being, erupt and overflow. .
In this past 13 years, I have allowed this fire to burn, I have fanned the flames 🔥 and my purpose overflows now more than ever. .
I have a powerful pull to share the spirit of my ancestors. To share what my soul knows (even though I probably couldn’t show you how to dance ‘perfectly’ , or speak the language ‘fluently’ or recount traditions flawlessly).
Today - I realize - that’s not what it’s all about, well not for me anyway. It’s about the spirit. .
Samoans are known as the happy people of Polynesia. You can have a sense of humour, be sarcastic while also being regal. You can have the grace of a coconut tree blowing in the wind, while also having the grounded strength of a warrior. You can dance your heart out and the next minute sit in attentive silence. I respect this duality and see it in myself. (Continued ⬇
C H A N G E ✨ When it comes to change I’m a total contradiction. I’ll talk more about it some other time, but for now, since it’s Friday, and Fridays are for dancing, I’ll just say that a change can be as good as a holiday. It can also be the thing that comes out of nowhere, knocks you down and unravels your core. Change can be beautiful and devastating. The hope, I suppose, is that when things move in and out of your life, you get some clarity at some point that helps you to understand it all. I believe everything is for a reason ... so then the loss of things probably has a purpose too. After all, leaves fall to make room for new growth. Everything has its season.
Superficially speaking, I have no problem with change. New clothes, new hair, new address. I crave those kinds of change. But the other kinds, the ones that impact the soul, those are the kinds of change that take time to accept.
Channeling my inner @nikkiblackketter ... you know, in the sense that we’re both small, tan and have similar hair. Otherwise I feel like I’m missing a couple of key assets 🏋🏻♀️🍑💋😉 #butasidefromthat 😂 Let’s go to @banan in Waikiki so that we can eat ice cream out of pineapples. Happy weekend 💃🏼🍦🍍
When I first began this journey it all started in my room then moved to my living room. Then shared spaces with my family, and eventually decided it was time for a unit. It’s nothing fancy but it was the intelligent way to stay lean and efficient. Here’s my little set up that enabled me to $85k in a month on Amazon. Already grew out of this space and got additional adjacent units. #2020 let’s get it 💯 🔥
I decided to stop making and selling sugar cookies and instead focus solely on my children. I have 8 children, homeschool, we world travel, I sew, bake gluten free, paint furniture, decorate, garden, crochet, and just generally love an extremely full life- in Hawaii! So- I will just be doing Instagram lifestyle posts of all the cool things we do every single day! I am sure a lot of people will love to follow all the excitement of living large with a large family- so now to the picture- oh my goodness!
It’s the first time I have seen with a server in years! I used to have a very successful home based sewing company #sweethomeboutique and just started picking up my threads again to make my littlest one some Hawaiian romps! I am amazed at this beautiful -!: perfect 4 thread stitch! God is good #aloha#sewing#hawaiianprint#homeschooling#largefamily