Ruta Lo’u Au

Ruta is a good girl. She goes to church, sings in the choir, helps her mom do chores at home, and is a good friend to her cousin Uila. One Sunday, she spots a new boy at church and can’t get him out of her head. Who is he?

Find out here in the first part of Teine o le Segaula‘s latest fagogo. Then stop by her village blog for Part 2!.

“Suga Ruta a’e saga moe lava ua ka le valu. O le la ua ka mai le logo o le loku ae o lega lava eke moe. O le mea ga e maua i le ka’a po. Ua koekiki foi e sau ma sau ko e pei o le afafine o Masoe. I, fai lava oe sei ka le lua. Ala ia i luga, a e le alu i le loku ga e ala ifo lea e fai le mea ai o le koagai.” O le oke mai lea a le loomakua o Alisi i lana tama o Ruta i le taeao o le Aso Sa.

…from ‘Ruta lo’u Au’

Ruta Lo’u Au

Ruta is a good girl. She goes to church, sings in the choir, helps her mom do chores at home, and is a good friend to her cousin Uila. One Sunday, she spots a new boy at church and can’t get him out of her head. Who is he?

Find out here in the first part of Teine o le Segaula‘s latest fagogo. Then stop by her village blog for Part 2!.

“Suga Ruta a’e saga moe lava ua ka le valu. O le la ua ka mai le logo o le loku ae o lega lava eke moe. O le mea ga e maua i le ka’a po. Ua koekiki foi e sau ma sau ko e pei o le afafine o Masoe. I, fai lava oe sei ka le lua. Ala ia i luga, a e le alu i le loku ga e ala ifo lea e fai le mea ai o le koagai.” O le oke mai lea a le loomakua o Alisi i lana tama o Ruta i le taeao o le Aso Sa.

…from ‘Ruta lo’u Au’

Tulauega toe foi mai

It’s story time Samoan style! In this fagogo, Tulauega loves his beautiful wife Sina, but his brother Tulifau has eyes for her, too. Find out what happens when Tulifau manages to drag Tulauega away from Sina on an ill-fated fishing trip.

…O’o loa i se tasi aso, ua usu po lava Tulifau e faaoso se la faiva e alu masi ona uso. E alu atu la Tulifau faatoa ala mai Tulauega ae o la e fai lava le moe a Sina. Na le fia alu Tulauega ae o le faatauanau atu a lona uso o lea ua malie ai o le a la o. Na ala mai Sina ua tauautilo poo fea o iai Tulauega. Na maua mai e Sina Tulauega o loo i fafo o le a sauni e alu.

“Tulauega o fea a e usu po iai?”

…by Teine o le Segaula

PRISON BREAK……

You know who I saw in prison the other day. I saw one of my classmates from back home. I asked him what are you doing in here. And he was a bit confused or shocked. I don’t know if it was the fact that he saw me or the fact of what he had done. Anyways he just looked at me and said my name. I was like yeah that’s me. So I took him in one of the rooms and we had a little talk. He was telling me that he was in there for hitting his son. And he regrets doing it. I told him this is not Samoa my brother, this is Hawaii. And its against the law, its called child abuse. He smiled and said i know…

…from Teine o le Segaula