Tuesday 16 April 2013

Four Things I celebrated in Jamaica

I just returned from Jamaica with my family after having a wonderful, chilled time.

I have celebrated the following things.

1) I renewed my Jamaican citizenship and passport. I am now have dual citizenship again.

2) 2 years since my father died. We paid respects by laying a headstone on his grave. The funniest/weirdest thing that happened that day was Alannah getting out of the car and going straight to my fathers grave and sitting on it.

3) 3 Years of marriage.  We celebrated this with my mother and my niece at a place called Jack Spratts on Treasure Beach on the South Coast.  Jack Spratts is on a beautiful bit of coast, has a sumptuous menu (you can tell its good by the amount of locals that eat there. I had Escovitched red Snapper and Siobhan had a Fully Loaded pizza - which included jerk sausgae.  The food was good, the price was good and the day was lovely

Our last day was spent at YS Falls, which in my opinion is one of the most wonderful places in Jamaica, you must check it out - YS Falls

Many thanks to my Mother, my neice Sandy, my cousin Emprezz and her husband Steven and son Kush, to Reecy McDonald and to Almeida Hewitt and Talmadge Kearns for making this such a good time.

4) And finally I celebrated 15 years of Dreadlocks... by getting rid of them.  Here is the story of their last few minutes.  I will be doing a further post later detailing why it was necessary to get rid of them.



Teresa Polk said...

Still handsome as ever! May your career now thrive!!! ;)

Hugs n kisses (your play-cousin & current dreadlock holder)


David Monteith said...

Thanks hon. I have all my dreadlocks in a bag