YUMA.. The Carnival Gods Have Answered Our Prayers.
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This has been a year with good costumes but nothing to make me go crazy over. In fact, I was seriously doubting if I was going home for carnival, and with the exception of Harts “Bijoux” making my heart skip a beat, I wasn’t enthused. While I was pleased overall, I was still wanting something more. Along comes Yuma and mash up de place! Now, I have no loyalty to any one carnival band; I used to perpetuate that foolishness until the band I was loyal to required that past masqueraders register through a committee member and with that, I was out. They could kiss my black ass! That being said, since then I have tried Fantasy which I enjoyed, and if possible would love to try Yuma. Once the band has good vibes, good food and a costume I am in love it, I am content. Yuma hit it out of the box. Some of the costume colors were so vibrant and so pretty! “Ice Breakers” is my favorite; I don’t think I have ever seen anything like it, and I am obsessed. I also favor the sections “Sprinkles,” “Jawbreaker,” “Starburst,” and “Sugar Daddy.” I can’t attest for their road experience, but all I can say is wow for the costumes. Carnival 2016 may just see me after all.
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Malaika Crichlow10 Posts
Malaika Crichlow is a daughter of the twin isle of Trinidad and Tobago. She resides in Miami, Florida and has been for the past 19 years. She is an aspiring author who hopes to publish children’s books, novels on Caribbean life, and books of poetry. Writing has always been a passion and sometimes a distant dream, but always brings her unparalleled joy. When she is not writing, she is a mother, a nurse, a student, and a lover of life and laughter.