Pop that bottle open!
The friends and family you lost in 2015-we drink because their memory travels with us in the new year and beyond
The mistakes you made-we drink because we now know what NOT to do in the new year
The relationships that ended or changed-we drink because we now know some of our foes vs. friends for the new year
A new year-you made it, God has spared you
New chances-who knows what will or can happen
New opportunities-take risks, live in those moments
New perspectives-whatever your thoughts are, they can’t be the same as they were before
Just in case I am too drunk to say it at midnight tonight…Happy new year!
Feel the Christmas breeze, watch the pepper lights!
Count the white washed stones and the houses painted bright-
Colours overflowing, people in their “Sunday best”
Sound systems all over, every corner hosting a Christmas fest!
Smell the sorrel, cut the cake and drink up the fine wine..
Tell the stories, share the jokes, smaddy must drunk by midnight!
Share a coin, spare a meal, lend a helping hand
Tis the season, a special season to share love across the land
Let the lovers stand under the mistletoe- just to share a kiss
Let the kids write to send Santa their long Christmas list.
Whatever your story is, whatever Christmas means to you
I wish you a merry one! may your dreams and wishes come true
Happy Holidays from our home to yours!
From the Blake, Morant, Lindo & Haughton family, happy holidays & all the best for the new year!
Maybe wishes really do come true
Maybe someone is really watching from above
Maybe there is meaning in all that way we do
Maybe there is still hope for love
Just don’t stop believing even when it gets rough
Because even if a little faith is all we have, sometimes that is enough
May you have joy this season
and the days after that
To the challenges ahead I say…
Cheers! eat cake and get fat!
Decorate the house with mistletoes
This way you are sure to get a gift you love in almost every room on everyday
Could we also keep these up until next year?
After all everyday should be a holiday of love…