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And then I get others that are making a recommendation, a correction, sharing a suggestion or even some 'expert' advice.

And so, I've officially created this 'forum' for you and all my readers to share all this, and more, with me.

Not only does your feedback encourages me, in many cases, I get invaluable insight, knowledge and information to charter new horizons, aka (new articles) that serve you even better.

And guess what, you'll see what others are sharing as well!

So please go ahead and share your feedback, ideas and honest opinion using the link below.

And please, do note that I value every single response and so each and every one is read by me, your truly!

I can't wait to read yours :-)

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Wellesley

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Sep 11, 2019
E book 101 things about Jamaica
by: Normajo

Wellesley, I never did receive mine.
Normajo

Editor's Note.
Hi Normajo,
Please do a quick check of your junk folder. If not, I'll be happy to resend. No prob :-)

Sep 07, 2019
Useful information -
by: Anonymous

Thanks for the information you share to help us know the rules and laws in Jamaica. It is greatly appreciated because you share information not easily accessible abroad. The questions asked by your subscribers are universal. The videos you share are second to none - you show places we did not know existed. Jamaica is an amazing place with so much to discover. It is beautiful and your videos bring this to light.

Sep 05, 2019
Good work
by: Rondy

Dear Wellesley,
I trust that I find you well. Thank you for your insightful emails. They have been truly impactful. You are doing a great job. Keep up the good work Sir.


Sep 04, 2019
Want to know if your still hiring
by: Anonymous

Am from Mandeville and would like to know how do I apply for this job. And if the job is still available

Aug 29, 2019
I'm back :)
by: Sonia

Hi Wellesley

Not sure if you noticed but I've been absent for a while. For some unknown reason by previous phone blocked access to my-island-Jamaica.com sites. Not even your emails I couldn't respond to. I've changed my phone and thankfully I can contact you and get involved again. I really missed not being part of the 'community'. I give thanks to the most High for blessing me with a new phone.

Regards
Sonia

Aug 29, 2019
Birthday Blessings
by: Anonymous

I Verobica Johnson, want to wish you a very happy earth strong Birthday. You are friends with my husband on fb. I love the information you provide for all. Many blessings, enjoy your special day.
Respectfully,
Veronica Johnson

Editor's Note
Thanks my friend.

Aug 22, 2019
Trade rates
by: Mike

Aawwesomme.extremely informative

Aug 22, 2019
I look forward to your emails :-)
by: Dorothy

Hi Wellesley,

Just a quick note to let you know that whenever I see My-Island-Jamaica in my in box, I look forward to opening it up.

Its like a good book with lots of interesting info.
And the recipes too...will be tested in my house.
God willing my husband and I will run into you in Jamaica one day.

Keep up the good work

Dorothy

Aug 19, 2019
Job agencies
by: Maureen

I was really looking for the availability of local agencies in the Montego bay region that persons can register with to get jobs in Montego bay.

Editor's Note

Hi Maureen,
I'm sure we have a lot here, but I am not aware of one just now. I would suggest you start with this article on jobs in Montego Bay. It lists some of the top employers currently.

Good luck!

Aug 12, 2019
Tainos were not the first inhabitants.
by: Jean

The Tainos were not the first inhabitants of Jamaica. Have a look at these links:

https://www.britannica.com/place/Jamaica/History
https://www.jamaicanproducts.com.au/2019/08/06/jamaicas-road-to-independence-part-1/


The above is a comment from a friend in Australia to whom I sent the newsletter.

She said she wanted to write you directly, but did not see the link, so I forward it on her behalf.

Editor's Note
Hi Jean,

This is not just interesting material, this is fasinating. Please do me a special favour and share (or have her) this story at this link:

https://www.my-island-jamaica.com/jamaica_editorial.html#INV.

I can't wait to follow up on this!






Aug 11, 2019
Great Website!
by: Jean

As usual, I have great commendations for your beautiful and most useful website, which continues to improve!
I especially like how the articles are arranged and easy to access. No
unnecessary talk here!

Aug 10, 2019
Just because my poems don't have patois doesn't mean they aren't Jamaican
by: Ty

I'm pretty much a beginner poet and my poems tend to be abstract, philosophical and reflective as that's what interests me.I tend to get great feedback online whenever I post a piece but there doesn't seem to be any room for me locally if I'm not emulating miss Lou. It sucks to hear that as a your writer because I'm being denied my identity based on my topic and style. We are a very traditional people yes but what's now tradition was once new

Aug 04, 2019
You help me
by: Lois

I am from the US. I love the articles about your country. Some things are strange to me but I like to learn about your Great Jamaica.
The article about are Jamaican marriages legal in the US. It was simple and informative as to what has to be done and what docs. that are required. Just one question for now are "Prenupial agreements" legal or allowed in Jamaica?
thanks so much
Lois

Jul 28, 2019
How to remove my dead sister information from your site
by: Anonymous

How to remove a comment searching for a love one that is no longer alive. I need to remove the comment because when I search your site her name is still on here and it hurts to see her information on here.

Editor's Note.
Hi there!
Please email me your request at editor@my-island-jamaica.com, with the name of the person you were searching for and the link and I'll have it removed immediately. Thanks in advance.

Jul 15, 2019
i have jamaican sour sop leaves
by: neil

My name is Neil and I have access to Jamaican sour sop leaves.

My email address is. neilftse@outlook.com. Anyone who is wanting any drop me a messageim in England.

Jul 11, 2019
well engineered site
by: John (UK)

Thanks for a tremendously well engineered site.

I have been able to use your information to research the following item which can be found on eBay: Item number: 120294881644.

I hope you don’t mind the use of your own research. i will include a link which may bring a few to you. I would love to visit the Caribbean you make it sound a wonderful place.

Thanks again for the happy info, yours JJ

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