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My Dream Jamaican Christmas - One Of Romance

by Georgia
(Mandeville, Manchester)

Re: What's Your Dream Jamaican Christmas?

My dream Jamaican Christmas will see me happier than I have ever been in a long time.

Growing up in a not-so-country area, Christmas for me was always all about family gatherings and that has been etched in my mind since then.

The Christmas lights, grand market, fruit cake, sorrel, the smell of the different foods being prepared on Christmas day, and of course a little of the spirits… oh the memories.

My ideal Jamaican Christmas therefore would involve family, food, and love; a big family gathering filled with food, love, and laughter.

My family is awesome and when we get together the hours of laughter and love are endless. Grand market would see us hitting the town and anywhere else that we could possibly go to have fun (kids & adults alike), and basically bringing out the kid in all of us.

Christmas day would see us coming together for a big family dinner with all the treats and goodies imaginable.

The day would also see us giving back to the less fortunate. Many times I drive through my town on Christmas day and my heart cries to see the persons lying on the sidewalks and not being allowed the benefit of a warm meal and to feel some love for the season.

This has been something that I have wanted to do for a long time now, and with my family around it would be such a heartwarming occasion.

But most importantly, my ideal Christmas would be one of romance. Far too many Christmases have passed for me and I was never able to celebrate it with someone close to me; I am always single.

To feel loved, to be hugged, to find comfort in the arms and heart of that wonderful man that God has put aside just for me. To cuddle together on a “cold” Christmas night and just be each other’s support.

I long for love and family… that to me is my ideal Jamaican Christmas.

Editor's Note
See also: Christmas in Jamaica

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