A very cute little girl named Lilo once said, "Ohana means family. Family means nobody gets left behind. Or forgotten."
Oldham Hall was home for me in my late teens/early 20s, and this group of people became my OHana. As Assistant House Masters/Mistresses, we all lived under one very large roof, organised events together, woke up to countless false fire alarms together, poured our lives into the lives of our boarders together, had many late night meetings together, and had hours of fun together.
While many of us have since left the Hall, it was awesome getting together again under the very large roof of Oldham Hall to catch up with each other. It was cool seeing how God has led each one of us along the journey of life. We rejoiced together over much good news and also prayed for each other. I am so thankful for this OHana.
Outfit of the day: Black and white dress from Bangkok, vest from London.