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Holiday In Jamaica, I Am Really Looking Forward To It

by Kingsley Wright
(Atlanta GA USA)

Hello Gaylemon! Just touching base, thanks for your information.

I have been home quite often, have a lot of fun!
Fish and Bammy, Wray and Nephew and more fish and, thing thing thing but, it's my second Christmas in 30 years.

The last time was 25 ago, (lost every thing in transit) hope this time will be better.

By the way, is there any Wray and Nephew in that coconut water you have been drinking! {ha ha haaaah} C U Nx Wk.

Seasons Greetings to all) !!! Mr.Love !!!!!!

Wellesley's Note

Hi Kingsley,
Great to hear from you again bro!

I apologize that I did not get a chance to respond to you before Christmas (although I am just in time for the new year)

Can I assume that by now you are in Jamaica? And have already had a few drinks and our delicious fried fish and bammy? Lol!

I had (and is still having) a real ood time with family - immediate and extended family.

To be honest, the best part of the Jamaican Christmas experience, for me, is the reunions and fellowship.

It is such joy eating, mingling and catching up with everyone, some of whom we haven't seen in at least a year. And we already had two...one to go!

On Christmas day, my siblings and I had a good time at the family house in Montego Bay and on Christmas Sunday we had our annual family reunion in Westmoreland. That was lovely!

So yes, I hope that you are still here and is really soaking up all the goodness of the season, including some real Jamaican sorrel (with ginger and rum), Christmas cake and some delicious Gungo Peas & rice!

By the way, you had asked about the coconut I was drinking? Lol.

No... Wray & Nephew (Rum) was not in that one; if it was my eyes would have been looking much different... lol!

But all in all Kingsley, It is a real pleasure hearing from you sir. Thanks again for stopping by and for the greetings. Happy New Year To You And Yours!

-Wellesley

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