Just stopping by to share forty-six seconds of a beautiful afternoon drive among the 🍁🍁fall foliage 🍁🍁🍂 as we headed up north to Connecticut. I love the fall and that’s no lie…Happy Thursday…Sincerely Jan!
I live for sunrises and sunsets, and I have photographed many. I have chased them to different ends of the earth, to just the right spaces in some of the most beautiful places. I have gotten up early in the morning to capture many a sunrise, a perfect mix of colorful hues, heartwarming tones ofContinue reading “Familiarity of the Sun”
Today I’m feeling the setting sun on a beautiful beach in Jamaica. Come watch the sunset! Feel good this Friday, Sincerely Jan! Subscribe below to receive e-mail updates and notifications of my latest blogs:
After almost 10 months of staying with us, my parents decided it was time to go home to Jamaica. I guess it’s only fair, we will miss them, but they have their own lives to live, and they had never planned on staying that long anyway. Of course, being one who never misses out onContinue reading “Touch Down Jamaica”
In my home country of Jamaica there is a little saying that goes, “Mi likkle but mi tallawah.” It’s a term that Jamaicans use to say, “I might be little, short or small, but I can do big things.” That’s February for me, it’s my “tallawah” month of the year. It promises to be shortContinue reading “Just A Little February Greeting”
A friend of mine sent this to me yesterday, I think it’s beautiful and very inspirational, I just wanted to share. Thank you Anthony if you’re somehow reading this blog!
I was talking with my friend yesterday about today’s prompt, “What does your ideal day look like?” Honestly, I had nothing idyllic to say, I’d finally learned to appreciate every passing day. Her response to me was, “what could be more ideal than being above ground and breathing?” …I agree.
Some of the best road trips I have ever taken were as a child in my home country of Jamaica while travelling in my father’s gray Datsun pickup truck. Nothing beats sitting in the back facing the wind while speeding through hilly winding country roads. We would leave out early in the morning so weContinue reading “Bloganuary #2 Back in Jamaica”