I’m from an island that’s really small. Every vote counts. So, I went home to St. Kitts for the last week to participate in campaign/political activities and to vote. While I was there, I got a chance to see family and old friends, reconnect with old neighborhoods, and become reacquainted with tropical weather.
Initially I was worried about not being able to blog. Yet, I really enjoyed the experience of being in the moment, not taking photographs, not selecting outfits, and not preparing blog posts. I did, however, have opportunities to think about what I enjoyed about blogging and opportunities for growth. All of that is to say, while I enjoyed my time at home, I did miss sharing with you.
Here are a few snaps from home.
My mom and I at a political rally/concert
My mom, aunt, and I showing off our voting fingers. Electoral ink is used in St. Kitts to
prevent electoral fraud. The ink is semi-permanent and serves as a barrier to double voting.
Sunrise in St. Kitts. No filter. No editing.