GREETINGS FROM NEW YORK

As St. Vincent and the Grenadines celebrate another Carnival season I am encouraging everyone to stay alert and be on guard. While you are enjoying yourself the enemy is at work looking at you and waiting for the opportune time to launch his attack. Therefore, be very vigilant and keep “eyes in your back”. All […]

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A STEP UP THE LADDER

CONGRATULATIONS LE’MAR ABBOTT   It was with pride and joy to see my grandson walk across the stage making the first leap from Early Childhood Learning to walk across the road to Primary School. This is a small step towards greater things ahead. With your proud parents, you are on the road to great excellence. […]

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BOAT BUILDING ON BEQUIA

As with St. Vincent, Bequia was home to Amerindians before European farmers, fishermen and traders settled here in the 1700s. Nine sugar plantations were established during the early 1800s but prosperity was short-lived when the sugar industry entered a period of decline. The maritime trades of fishing, whaling and boat building established themselves as Bequia’s primary industries […]

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TRADITIONAL PRE WEDDING IN UNION ISLAND

The Elderly and the community came together to support Union Island Traditional Wedding Video. UINAC supports culture and marriages I witnessed it in Canouan many years ago and I was in awe. There is the flag ceremony and the cake dancing before the wedding. Like the old days in Bequia where guests were escorted to the […]

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WORKERS DAY

May 1st is known as “Workers Day”, recently called “May Day”. Any way you take it, the workers of this country MUST be recognized for whatever contribution they make to the country. This is no longer a man’s world, and the stage will be shared with women from every corner in the country and around […]

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BEQUIA, THE ISLAND I CALL HOME

This is a re-post with a few corrections Bequia — the Caribbean island I could call home Bequia — the Caribbean island I could call home Posted on April 30, 2016, by Eric Bequia has pretty much all I’d look for if I moved to the Caribbean: great beaches, a friendly and relaxed island lifestyle and a healthy blend of […]

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ROYALS FASHIONS RULES

12 Puzzling Fashion Rules The Royal Family Must Abide By Being a princess might seem like a dream, but in reality, the title comes with a lot of rules. After all, the Royal Family are very traditional and constantly being in the public eye means there is careful scrutiny over how well those traditions are being […]

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MY GRANDFATHER’S CLOCK LYRICS

My grandfather’s clock was too large for the shelf So it stood ninety years on the floor It was taller by half than the old man himself Though it weighed not a pennyweight more It was bought on the morn of the day that he was born And was always his treasure and pride But […]

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