Like the sunshine to dispel the night or the timely passage of breeze
Mom’s are always there to put her children at ease.
She is never too busy, too weary, or too occupied
To come to the rescue or offer words to guide.
She is up very early and at times very late
But her children can be assured, that it is to benefit their fate.
Sacrifices can’t be too much, prayers she often raise
Protection and her children’s best interest is the duty she willingly takes.
Words are often limited to describe or account her love
But there is one thing certain they are blessings from above.
So Mom you are very special, and for you I’ll always care
and in this heart of mine there is a place where you and I share.
Love U Mom
Thanks to the crew at WordPress.com, I’m really enjoying my blogging experience. I’m learning bit by bit, meeting other Bloggers, and getting ideas from other Blog Sites. Saturday’s assignment was to write a post building on a comment on a blog that sparked my interest, then link to the blog. Simple isn’t it? I think so, commendations as well for making the assignments simple, even placing how its done steps and videos, so I appreciate that.
I came across this blog that was exclusively dedicated to introverts. That’s like the group considered as “out cast”? Today’s world, in my opinion, does not cater much for people who are “different”, more often its for the popular or those not “different’. I found this site to be really cool. I thought that’s what friendship is about; feeling belonged, because “no man is an island” no one thrives when isolated from others. The site explained who an introvert is, there are challenges and quizzes for its followers, there is even a test on the site for those unsure what their personality trait is. I was definitely lead to take the test and I received a whole new insight on this kind of personality.
The name of the blog is 61musings.com, the post I was reading was entitled: “success, failure and the drive to keep creating”. The post was also an inspiring one, I thought it was ideal for us bloggers. Give it a view, hope you like it, or maybe it will inspire you to create something beneficial to others like yourself.
During Easter Jamaicans eat a lot of bun and cheese, and fish; sometimes it’s steamed, stewed, escovitched, fried even curried. Thanks to Grace Kennedy here’s a sumptuous recipe you can make for your home Jamaican style. Hope you’ll enjoy, the instructions are below. Send a feed back, have a happy and holy Easter.
- 1 can(s) Grace Coconut Milk
- 1 teaspoon(s) scotch bonnet pepper, chopped
- 1 1/2 pound(s) Snapper, cutlets
- 4 whole okras, sliced
- 1 teaspoon(s) salt
- 1 tablespoon(s) soy sauce
- 2 stalk(s) escallion, chopped
- 1/4 cup(s) Grace White Vinegar
- 1/2 cup(s) tomato, diced
- 1 cup(s) Grace Vegetable Oil
- 1 medium onion, chopped
- 4 cup(s) water
- 1/2 cup(s) sweet pepper, diced
- 3 clove(s) garlic, minced
- 1/2 cup(s) carrot, diced
- 1 teaspoon(s) Grace Caribbean Traditions Black Pepper
Clean and wash fish in a mixture of Grace Vinegar and water.
Then Pat dry.
Season fish with Grace Caribbean Traditions Black Pepper and salt.
Reserve 2 Tablespoons of the Grace Vegetable Oil and use remainder to fry fish until lightly browned on both sides.
Remove from oil and drain fish on absorbent paper. Set aside.
TO MAKE CREAM SAUCE:
Heat the reserved Grace Vegetable Oil in a large sauce pan and saute the garlic, scotch bonnet pepper, escallion, onion, carrots, okra, tomato and sweet peppers.
Pour in the Grace Coconut Milk, stir and bring to a boil. Add the soy sauce and continue stirring, simmer for 5 minutes.
Place fish in the coconut sauce and spoon sauce over the cutlets. Cover and allow to simmer for approximately 2-5 minutes.
TO SERVE: Serve with rice and peas and a garden salad.
Preparation time: 10m
Cooking time: 15m
Serving size 4 people
I am Rayon Davis a fire fighter living in the wonderful island of the fastest man on the planet also known for reggae, vybz, sun, sand and seas (“Jamaica jus incase u neva kno”). I’m in my thirty’s, married with one very smart, lively and at times moody daughter, we’re Seventh Day Adventists love a good laugh and being around nature and people.
I decided to blog to share my point of view on various topics. Topics that interest me such as relationships, technology and sport; my favourite being football and my beloved Arsenal FC. I ‘ll also share my point of view on current affairs (in Jamaica and maybe other countries if its interesting) I’ll tell a few stories, show some photos, write about my trips, business affairs basically my life happenings. Jamaica is a beautiful island full of ups and downs; I will seek to share this with you, hope you’ll enjoy it and maybe come to visit.
There’s no set target on the regularity of blogs, I’ll work under inspiration. Glad to have you on my journey, feel free to leave a comment, share, like, follow; the power is yours
Have a look at how the lunar eclipse unfolded in Jamaica at about 2:30 am Tuesday morning. I took these photos from my roof in Caymanas Gardens Portmore St. Catherine Jamaica. I was still a little dazed with sleep and almost got hurt while climbing to get on top of the roof, but it was rewarding at the end. Isn’t it something to behold?
Hope it’s as fascinating as I found it to be.
“It all comes down to this”, “this is the moment”, “here lies our destiny”, “Do-or-Die”. It’s that serious. Forget the history, forget the statistics; its right down to the cold reality of performance; who’s up for it, who’s more focused, who wants it more, who makes the least mistakes, and who capitalizes on a mistake. It drives chills down your spine and butterflies in your stomach that after all that has been said and done Arsenal and us fans hang on to this thread thin hope in FA Cup glory as the saviour. This in spite of it being the penultimate hurdle before the finish line; we still have Hull City/Sheffield United to beat in the final if we win.
For tomorrows match against Wigan Athletic I call on players like: Ramsey, Santi Carzola, Rosicky, Bacary Sagna, Alex Oxlade Chamberlain, Podolski, Vermaelen (for God sakes you’ve been benched for half the season, show some steel and intelligence you’re the captain of the team). Just come out and do the job tomorrow; it’s time to “throw them monkeys off your backs” (figure of speech) get rid of all the critics. Everybody bring your “A” game, and fans be out in your numbers and support the team; “come on you gunners”.
Covered with flees and weak, she laid on her death bed. Now memories were her playful greetings, noticeably excited tail wagging and cute attempt at barking. though a pup she surely thought of growing up, raising children and become a faithful servant. That was taken by her own master’s mistreatment.