Of families, birthdays, and love

In addition to record temperatures, and a downpour of mosquitoes, the city has been buzzing this week.

Congrats to Joey and Asha. Tatler saw the rock, thank God I was wearing my Gucci shades……

Of families, birthdays, and love

Rebecca Brandt blew her candles out to the strains of the 50/50 Band at the Jamaica Pegasus and Boscobel did their first anniversary thing, in the most breath-taking setting. A great time was had by all. Jeff McKitty needs to take a bow as well as well as Valrie Fearon from the Grounds Department of Beaches Boscobel. She displayedexcellent customer service, as unlike her seniors, who pointed with total nonchalance, she took time to take guests to where they needed to go. Congrats again, Valerie.

Looking spectacular were Louis Grant of Sandals Dunn’s River and his gorgeous wife, Debra.

The gorgeous, one Allen Michael Chastenet, now a very proud dad, with plans by the way to have many more, (little Raquels and Allens) is returning to his native Saint Lucia, to manage the family’s 20 room boutique style Villa Creole. We’ll miss the class and sophistication, but at least he’s not too far from the Rock.

Out-going Canadian High Commissioner John Robinson, is part of that formidable group of diplomats who came to Jamaica, and has so endeared himself that we really need to make him an honorary Jamaican. Thalia and Mike Lyn hosted what has got to be the most formidable party of the year last week Thursday for John. Let’s just say the book can now be written on choosing the right mix of guests.

A bientot!

PS. Congrats to Jean Wilson on her latest publication No more ‘Smalling Up’ of Me.


Source: The Observer