Tag: Jamaican

Quaint by GSC

To me, Gabrielle Clarke is a Jane of all trades. When I first met her, she was trying her hand at hair braiding, and I must say she did it really well, I was a customer at a point. Now she has started designing clothes 


Hailing from Montego Bay, Jamaica, is the fashion blogger and stylist, Natasha Lee. I found her blog StylishLee while looking for other Jamaican blogs, and I love it! She almost instantly got a follow from me. I love her style, it’s just refreshing yet wearable, not 




I just bucked up this poem “More Than Words” on the blog Follow Your Shadow, and the first line alone hol’ mi.

“I’d rather be the rhythm than the lyrics” and that brought this out of me:

I’d rather be the rhythm than the lyrics.
I want you to feel me, the real me.
every fiber of my being,
the crack in my voice when I say
“I’m fine.” I want you to know.
Don’t listen to the beautiful lyrics,
hear me out, without a doubt,
you’re the one I want.
Read me, religiously,
like the Sunday paper.
I want to be the pepsi
to your white rum.
I want to be the honey
to your green tea.
I want you to want me.


Things we love about Jamaican Culture

Hiya 🙂 I did a small survey, I asked people I’m friends with on facebook “What’s their favourite thing about Jamaican Culture?” and when I tallied the results, the food and the music were the most loved things, followed by our vibes and kindness/carefree attitude. Here’s 


Hey *waves* 🙂

A post to my dream reader… *plays in my hair* *bites my lip* okie!

Well my dream reader is anyone, I’m just sharing my life; here in Jamaica. I want to hone my writing skills and I thought what better way than to start a blog; I love it here and I want to share that with any and everyone. Continue reading Greetings


I now have 50 followers 🙂 Thank you for giving my blog a chance, I really appreciate it. I hope you like what I have to say 🙂 I’d like to hear what your thoughts on my posts are as well so comment and share 🙂 

The L'Acadco Drum Xplosion Show

This isn’t a review of the show because I didn’t watch the show… I performed in the show, so this is a story about the show from behind the curtains and all the exciting (& stressful) moments that come with planning a show.