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Newsflash: PROJECT NATALIE is Underway!

Monday, November 26, 2012

project natalie, jason poole, pilipo solatorio, molokai, halawa valley, accidental hawaiian crooner,

Aloha, gang!

I have some news to share with you today:

PROJECT NATALIE is officially underway!

What does that mean?


A really cool project has landed in my lap, so to speak.  I’m really excited.  And I’m really nervous.

I can’t say too much about it.  At least, not yet.

I can tell you that it’s bigger than what I’ve worked on in the past.

And I can tell you this much: when I first heard about it, there was a lot of hemming and hawing on my part.  A lot of: “I don’t know about that.  I’ve never really thought I could do that.”

(And I can tell you that it’s not about becoming an astronaut.  Although I’ve learned that it’s best to never say never…)

After a few lengthy conversations with some influential folks in my world–including Pops, who is behind it 100%–I came to my senses.


And it’s going to be eating a HUGE portion of my time.

So what does this mean?

I’m going to be posting a little less frequently on the blog while I work on this new endeavor.  Like maybe two days a week instead of five. (For sure, we’ll be doing a video blog every week!)

And, of course, I’ll be connecting as regularly as possible on social media outlets like Facebook and Twitter.

But why is it called PROJECT NATALIE?

I’m glad you asked!   It doesn’t have anything to do with someone named Natalie.

I wanted to give it a name because calling it “The Project” is just so impersonal, dontcha think?  It’s so much more civilized to say something like “Natalie and I are getting along really well this week.”  Or “Natalie is driving me bonkers today!”


Happy Aloha Monday, gang!


3 Responses to “Newsflash: PROJECT NATALIE is Underway!”

  1. Lisa says:

    Wow, can hardly wait to learn more!

  2. NoHo says:

    I can’t wait to make Natalie’s acquaintance!

  3. Jason Poole says:

    Mahalo, NoHo! I can’t wait for you all to “meet her” too! It’s exciting stuff, for sure! Much Aloha to you and the ‘ohana.