876 is the area code of Jamaica, and the name of the blog speaks for itself, it is my love for Jamaica. 876Lover is a lifestyle blog displaying the happenings in Jamaica but not limited to that. I write about my adventures or “Ravings” as I call it here, which features event reviews. In trying to show you a little piece of my Jamaica, I also do music reviews, product reviews, as well as my other expressions such as poems and short stories. This blog is a key factor in the honing of my writing skills, yours truly is an aspiring Journalist.
I’m Rashida, enjoy your stay.
All images were photographed by me unless stated otherwise or it’s a promotional image for an event or item.
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24 responses to “About”
It is so nice to meet you. I love all the little pictures of your life.
Thank you 🙂
Someday if I’m very lucky, I will vacation where you live. 😀 From one reggae lover to another – big ups!
I hope you get the chance to 😀 Respect 🙂
Jamaica is cool, Bob Marley is cool, and so are you! 😀
It’s kinda hot actually 😛 just joking lol 😀 Thank yah 🙂
Yea, I know hot is cool too 😛 I like it that way as well 😉
You’re welcome 🙂
You’re a cutie pie. 🙂
:$ thank you 🙂
I have invited you to participate in “Love In Ten Sentences,” but there’s no pressure to do so. If you would like to, you can find the details here… https://throughthelensofmylife.wordpress.com/2015/03/02/love-in-ten-sentences-and-home/
Thankyou so much for reading so many of my poems. I love your blog, especially the pictures.
Have a great day and I’ll be back soon 🙂
No problem 🙂 I love poetry so I had to check out yours, thank you 🙂
Do you play steel drums? I remember this from when I was a teenager, visiting my dad – he was working for a time in the Caribbean, in Tortola, BVI.
Oh no I don’t, I play hand drums, like djembes or congas, I’d love to learn to play those though.
I have fond memories of hearing them. I love the Caribbean, haven’t been back for a very long time. Last time was before I had my kids!
wow well next time you’re going on vacation think about visiting here 🙂
He he, I’m from Jamaica, too 🙂 Visited some years back; boy, it was baking hot. I can’t remember it being so hot when I was going to school.
Nice, it’s still getting hotter too lol but it’s not too bad 🙂
It’s supposed to be summer here in London, but it’s just a mild version of winter today… cold, grey and miserably wet. Enjoy the warmth 🙂
Well visit again soon, I will 🙂
Yeah, sure; thank you :))
Hi Rashida, Just to let you know that I’ve nominated your blog for a Leibster Award. Hope you will accept. More details here: https://kyrosmagica.wordpress.com/2015/05/23/liebster-award-so-thrilled-you-may-have-been-nominated/
Wow! thank you 🙂 I’ll make the acceptance post soon.
That’s wonderful Thank you. 🙂