It was refreshing to sit in the park and watch the wedding parties and families having picnics. Living in the city can sometimes feel rushed, so places like Emancipation Parkgives a rather serene break from it all.
In the night, I met some Rotaractfriends for a lyme at Cafe Delite on Haining Road. It was a nice chill vibe & much needed chance to share laughs with some great people.
Sunday: Kingston City Run & Rotary Club of St. Andrew North Family Funday
Myself, My Mom & some members of my New Kingston RotaractFamily participated in the Kingston City Run. Our participation kickstarted out Celebration of World Rotaract Week(March 9-15). This year the run’s charity focus was on providing sustainable support to the Homeless in Kingston & Jamaica. Even though I walked most of the race, I am proud I finished and supported the cause. Here is my time:
In the afternoon, I went to Hayfield in Ewarton, St. Catherine for the Rotary Club of St. Andrew North Family Funday. It was a refreshing experience and I can’t wait for next year. Food, rides, fun activities & liquor galore! It was a big family picnic with games, rides & lots of food.
Fun on the swing
That was my weekend and I enjoyed every second of it!