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Déjà Vu

Last week I promised to update you on my 2019 travel plans but that will have to wait until another time.  After yesterday’s ordeal, risking life and limb to get home, the idea of becoming a snow-bird has become more enchanting to me.  952 more words



We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

Fifty two years in the life of a country is short. In the coming days as the 30 of November approaches there will be a commentary about the what we have achieved as a country and the prospects for the future.

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Emigration of Labor in Barbados

For my last blog post, I will be discussing indentured and other labor migration from Barbados to other areas in the Caribbean in the 1860’s.  Barbados economy was heavily reliant upon the sugar production economy.  494 more words

Bruggadung Brugga Who? What?

Bruggadung Bruggadung Bruggalax! Introducing one of the fun-fit routines you will experience during our live Fitness Party and Fitness Challenge with our Fitness Lifestyle Leader, Celia Collymore on  95 more words


Cat Luck Ain't Dog Luck: Park At Your Own Risk

I was in town the other day to run an errand. The sun was hot with a vengeance and the car hotter. I am sweating like a pot cover as I search for somewhere to park. 632 more words



The Ministry of Health and Wellness, even in times of very scarce resources, remains committed to providing high quality oral health services for children.

Minister of Health and Wellness, Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey Bostic stressed the above, whilst delivering remarks at the launch and handover of equipment for the Massy/Ministry of Health and Wellness Dental Health Promotion Project for Secondary School Students, which took place in the conference room of the Frank Walcott Building yesterday. 84 more words