ICYMI in Jamaica, December 8, 2020: The Opposition Implosion Edition

Jamaicans do love political dramas, and the past week or so they have been riveted by the steadily building saga of the People’s National Party, our parliamentary Opposition that seems to be struggling in a quagmire. You know how the more you struggle, the more stuck you get? Most of the time I don’t understand … More ICYMI in Jamaica, December 8, 2020: The Opposition Implosion Edition

Entering the Spiritual Yards of Artistic Magic and Mystery

This morning, we went to the opening of an art exhibition that sent pulses of mysterious energy through the cool white halls of the National Gallery of Jamaica. We entered into Spiritual Yards – selections from the collection of Wayne and Myrene Cox. The exhibit closes on January 29, 2017 and is highly recommended for … More Entering the Spiritual Yards of Artistic Magic and Mystery

Hot Air, Thieves, Highways, Pollution and Pontifications: Sunday, January 18, 2015

We are moving into what they call a “dry spell” – which could soon develop into “drought conditions.” I can tell, because our wild birds are pushing and shoving each other at our garden bird bath. Birds need water, too; do put some out for them. Blowing hot air: Why am I so not impressed by the way … More Hot Air, Thieves, Highways, Pollution and Pontifications: Sunday, January 18, 2015

Sunday Songs

This week’s post will be somewhat abbreviated. I am in study mode – I am taking the Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française Niveau B1 (DELF exam level B1) in French. I have been preparing at the Alliance Francaise de la Jamaique and would highly recommend their classes. The summer classes – focusing on conversational French … More Sunday Songs