by Margaret M. Walker
(3145 Mangum Drive, Cumming, Ga. 30041)
JAMAICAN VISITOR STORY: My Jamaica
I call it 'My Jamaica' because I felt right at home as soon as I moved there.
I love the Jamaican people
, and friendliness.
If I had a job offer I would move back there in a second. Would not take me long to do so.
You have a beautiful country and I will always cherish my five years I spent there.
-M. M. Walker
(if snyone reading this message my email is email@example.com. I would love hearing from old friends) WELLESLEY'S NOTE
Awwwwh, how nice! Thanks for yet another sweet review Margaret.
Yeah, I totally understand the economics of moving back. But wait... why don't you come back and set up a business though :-)
I smile, but that might be an option to consider. I am pretty sure that you have some skills or experience others would find useful..
Would you consider that Margaret?
Either way, thanks for the feedback my friend. I wish you the very best and sincerely hope to see you back here soon.
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A patriotic Jamaican who adores his culture, Wellesley has been using this medium to share what he calls 'the uniqueness of Jamaica with the world' - since April 2007.
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