4.20.2011 [11.2010] thing to do [no.1]
so i may be 22. but i’m still sans souci. and the fun is back on (actually, it was never off, but now it’s back onLINE)
so hold on baby. because i may have been gone, but i was checking things off lists, eating good food, meeting good people, going places, drinking drinks, and living life. you better believe.
and oh yeah, i caught a fish.
strike that one through. boom goes the dynamite. and here’s to being back.>
1.1.10 place [no. 6]
a beach without a name
just off the trail leading from Salt Pond Bay to Rams Head Point on St. John, there is a beach that doesn’t seem to have a name. but it is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful places I’ve been in my entire life. an amazing number of blue, grey, green time and sea-worn stones, piled up over ages and scattered with snow-white coral, form this quiet, stunning alcove along the southeast coast of the island. we were so fortunate as to be the only people there when we stumbled upon this gorgeous place on New Year’s Day. what a fantastically stunning way to begin the New Year.>
12.31.09 food and drink [no. 6]
ting cocktails and whole jerk yellowtail snapper
New Year’s Eve Dinner at Lime Inn. Can’t forget the seafood sausage. Delicious Ting and Absolut. and of course our midnight toasts. a brief insight into our family dynamics: we’re sitting on the beach, listening to the band with a few minutes to go until 2010 when both my younger and older brothers head off individually to the bar to procure toasting materials. as the countdown begins my older brother shows up, four cups of champagne in hand. my younger brother: rum shots. peace. love. Happy New Year!>