jamaica day at school
by fantasia stewart
(discovery bay st ann)
jamaican bandana dress
Contest Entry #36 - In my Jamaican costume on Jamaica Day at School
(Edited by webmaster)
This was jamaica day, I was overwhelm that day with joy, because this was the frist time i was dressing up like louise bennett
My mother bought me a lovely dress and a head band to go with it. When I went to school that day ,it was excitement, everyone was looking at me in my bandana dress. They told me i look pretty my teacher hug me and say fantasia you look fantastic.
I was happy when I came home. I told my mother how everyone love my dress my mother hug me and kiss me and said i love you my princess.
For the rest of the after moon i had on the dress until it was time for bed.
I think i should win because i look like Louise Bennett in my Jamaican costume.
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