Tuesday, March 25, 2014
My outfit for the Rotary Club of St. Andrew North's Family Funday was simple & I think elegant. I paired an oversize shirt with a comfortable pair of shorts with my most trusted D'NexStep Sling Baby and a cute shoulder bag I got as a birthday gift from a friend.
Top: Maxie's Department Store, Portmore
Shorts: Bought from a family friend
Watch: Geneva, Kim's, York Plaza (A gift)
Arm Candy: Brit Bran, Bargain Mall, Clock Tower Plaza
Sandals: D'NexStep Sling Baby
Sunday, March 16, 2014
My weekends are usually filled with alot of adventures so I decided to blog about my musings. Here is a recap of my weekend trods:
Saturday: Emancipation Park & Cafe Delight
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Friday: Bacchanal Opening night at Mas Camp.
I am a socaphile...I ADMIT IT. I love the gyrating and wukking up my body, so it was a no brainer that last weekend I would venture to Mas Camp for the start of the Bacchanal season.
DJ Smoke, DJ Sanjay & DJ Richie Ras played all my favourite soca tunes which kept me feteing all night long.
|$900 JMD well spent! Appleton Genesis & Pure Country Orange Juice had me feeling nice!|
|My band says I am LEGAL!!!|
Some down time with friends is always a necessary part of anyones life & I am no different. My Saturday evening began with a one hour walking around Emancipation Park with a dear friend of mine. Emancipation Park is a 7-Acres park in New Kingston. More information can be found on it at http://www.emancipationpark.org.jm/about-us/index.php. It was refreshing to sit in the park and watch the wedding parties and families having picnics. Living in the city can sometimes feel rushed, so places like Emancipation Park gives a rather serene break from it all.
In the night, I met some Rotaract friends for a lyme at Cafe Delite on Haining Road. It was a nice chill vibe & much needed chance to share laughs with some great people.
Sunday: Kingston City Run & Rotary Club of St. Andrew North Family Funday
Myself, My Mom & some members of my New Kingston Rotaract Family participated in the Kingston City Run. Our participation kickstarted out Celebration of World Rotaract Week (March 9-15). This year the run's charity focus was on providing sustainable support to the Homeless in Kingston & Jamaica, Event though I walked most of the race, I am proud I finished and supported the cause. Here is my time:
Place: 1013 Bin #: 1657 Shana Reid Gun Time: 55:35 Class Place: SF18-29 150/188 Gender Place: 483 Pace/Km 9:56 Chip Time: 54:15
|Thank God I can stand...lol|
|I am a winner not matter what!|
In the afternoon, I went to Hayfield in Ewarton, St. Catherine for the Rotary Club of St. Andrew North Family Funday. It was a refreshing experience and I can't wait for next year. Food, rides, fun activities & liquor galore! It was a big family picnic with games, rides & lots of food.
|I haven't been in a bouce about for ages!|
|Me & Viv on the train|
|I love swings!|
That was my weekend and I enjoyed every second of it!
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