chirping crickets in Jamaica -That's why says I am in JA
by Ann Treacy
Nothing says Jamaica to me like the sound of the chirping crickets at sunset!
The very first time I was in Jamaica I had the honor of attending Christmas Eve mass at a little church in Ocho Rios.
The humidity and heat, the songs and goodwill will always be remembered. The white flickering lights seemed to make a peeping sound in unison during the mass.
It wasn't until we left the church that I could still hear the sound of what I thought was the decorative Christmas lights in the church!
Every time I hear this peeping sound in Jamaica, it brings me back to my very first visit and the magic of that Christmas Eve mass in the tiny church in Ocho Rios.
God bless Jamaica,
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