Sunday, 2 April 2017
Wednesday, 12 October 2016
So I have been looking into Journaling.
In a real sense I've been looking into anything that will pick up my mood. things haven't been going to well and in an effort to kick-start a new version of my reality I googled...yes I know but so have this is what I've come up with.
Why not start a 'Gratitude Journal'?
- Huffington Post has an article on it. Apparently since Arianna Huffington’s book Thrive it's a catch phrase.
- It's been in the O magazine. http://www.oprah.com/spirit/Oprahs-Gratitude-Journal-Oprah-on-Gratitude
- There's an iphone app! http://getgratitude.co/
So ok... next I went on Pinterest...
I think I'm sold... so journaling it is!
Thursday, 8 September 2016
Soo everyone has Pinterest right? Come on get on! It's a gold mine of ideas, especially when you're trying to figure out the next project to try your hand at. For me right now it's ribbon bookmarks.
The best one I've found is from Sparkles of Sunshine. She's a blogger that I discovered awhile back and I'm in love with most of her posts. Why don't you check it out?
Monday, 25 July 2016
"Anytime is Trini time" personally I hate the phrase, but once again, at what I would consider an official function I heard it yet again.
Sunday July 25, was the blessing of the grounds at the Emancipation Village at the Queens Park Savannah. The official start time in the programme read 5pm. At 5:50pm however, this was still the scene
Hopeful that patrons would eventually arrive the drummers were told to start. In 2016 shouldn't we get "with it"?
Anyway, back to the programme. By 6:15pm ushers started going around telling to fill up the spaces in front.
Finally it starts with the usual pomp and levity that is common with opening speeches.
Aspects of the ceremony is broken down and explained to those gathered, as well as the importance of 'community'.
Elder Equino Moyo seen here have a rousing address. The US Ambassador Mr John Estrada also addressed those gathered, thanking the organizers for inviting him and expressing an interest in seeing the elements as described.
Breaking up the speeches, as Chairman of the Emancipation Support Committee, Khafra Kambo, who was introduced by his wife Asha Kambon also spoke at lenght, was the Moko Jumbies!
It was an amazing time. Please try to make it to the Emancipation village.