|Student:||Tina Davis (Granddaughter to Miss Myra)|
|Wants to be:||Doctor|
hi myra you look good girl with all those losses of family members, father mother husband and daughter its got to be a strong person like you to stand up and still looking so good. keep it up girl and stay as sweet as you are. hursley [bowl]
Miss Myra,you look like a million bucks.I'm so thrilled to see you profiled,you've been an intergral part of the Treasure Beach community for so long.May God bless you.Love,Rema.
Hi Miss Myra. Congratulations! You are a special person. May Jehovah God continue to bless you. Here's a poem for you:
You Are Special
Your presence is a present to the world
You're unique and one of a kind
Your life can be what you want it to be
Take the days just one at a time
Count your blessings, not your troubles
You'll make it through whatever comes along
Within you are so many answers
Understand, have courage, be strong
Don't put limits on yourself
So many dreams are waiting to be realized
Decisions are too important to leave to chance
Reach for your peak, your goal, your prize
Nothing wastes more energy than worrying
The longer one carries a problem, the heavier it gets
Don't take things too seriously
Live a life of serenity, not a life of regrets
Remember that a little love goes a long way
Remember that a lot... goes forever
Remember that friendship is a wise investment
Life's treasures are people... together
Realize that it's never too late
Do ordinary things in an extraordinary way
Have health and hope and happiness
Take time to wish upon a star
And don't ever forget...
Even for a day...
How very special you are.
It was so good to see you as the profile of the month.Even although you've been through so much with the lost of many people in your family.You are still looking exceptionally well.You were the best neighbour anyone could have ever asked for.Your kindness, love, and warmth towards people and myself were very much appreciated.Especially having you kids sleeping over with me when I was living in Jamaica.Keep up the good work.Say a special hello to Tina for me.I miss you,hope to see you soon!!
Dear Miss Myra:
We admire you so much. You have survived both good and bad times and are an inspiration to us. We have been your friends since 1985 when Endley Parchment first introduced us. We miss you and hope to see you in May. Love, Gwen and Trevor
Hi Mama. This is your little wash belly. It is so nice seeing you online as the profile for this month. I am so proud of you and I know all my success in life was made possible by you with the help of God. Thank You. You are my hero and I pay tribute to you for this month and always. Love Winnie
To the most wonderful, woman,wife, mother, grandmother and friend in the world and last but not least, my HERO. Mama today you have made me what I am. You and dada instilled in us that education, values, respect, caring and sharing were the most valued attributes that would take us far and wide and the eleven of us are all proof of that. I admire you for your strength, courage, perseverance, patience and wisdom. The principles you have guided us with and the and the rewards of a sound education, we owe it all to you. God gave you to us, our mother for a special purpose. When times were hard, you did not give up, when times were good you were humble. My mom is unique in many shapes and form. Her strenth of character and her graciousness coupled with her discipline and nurturing. Mama I know you and dadda are proud of us, your children, because you have seen the benefits of the many nights and morning you have had to set the alarm clock 2 & 3 times to wake us up to study and to catch the bus. Mama you are a SUPER mom, I think you had the most uniform as a mother to wash and iron, and yes some of them were white, and they were neatly pressed and starched. I think you and dada also had the most tuition to pay. Because you both knew the value of education. Looking back it was even harder than it felt. Mama, Dadda, I dont know how you did it, but God through his divine mercies made it all possible. To the many friends and family who have added a message for my mama I say thank you. And to the many friends and family who have always been there for us I say thank you. Yes shirley I do remember the good times we shared and the holidays, you were one of the best neighbors we could have ever had. Mama, dada I will always love you both, and yes Sanny also would have loved to drop a line, because she knows how much of an adorable mother you are, and dada would have said, Myra, I should be on the profile of the month before you.(Smile).
Glaceta, thank you very much for the poem you posted for my special mama. It meant a lot, many thanks.
Hi Miss Myra,
Nice seeing your profile, you are truly a unique individual. May the lord continue to bless you.
Hello Miss Myra!
So nice to see your smiling face! Bowline did a nice job writing your profile! We are freezing here in the States, wishing we were in the T.B. sunshine. We just wanted to say hello and are hoping everything is alright with you.
Hope to visit again before too long!
hi miss myra, you're looking good as always. we all know you have been through a lot, but by the grace of GOD you will be alright, leave everything in his hands and he will take care of it.My name is Evral from billys bay, am now living in TORONTO, CANADA.You might not remember me. I was a little kid, always giving myself trouble,while playing the poker box inside the shop.Well keep up the good work, hope to see you soon. GOD BLESS.
hi miss myra,for all you been through you look lovely, keep up the good work.your reward is in heaven love you.karen its lorna from beacon am in TORONTO.
hey miss myra girl good to see you looking so happy keep doing what you do .
love zadie senior
Hi Lorna, thanks again for your kind words it is greatly appreciated. I hope you and your family are all doing well. I hope I see you next when you come to Jamaica
Hi Miss Myra we were so happy to see that you were February's profile of the month. What else can we say eveyone else has pretty much summed up everything that needed to be said about you. We hope that God will continue to bless you and your family. Your kindness, patience, faith, wisdom and forgiveness have made you an exceptional woman. Tina you did a wondeful job.
We love and respect.
The Hill Family from Billy's Bay
Look at that smile!!! There's something in it that just keeps beaming...no matter what is going on in your life. You are a strong woman. Keep on smiling. It inspires many.
Mama, you're the brightest star of Treasure Beach. You sure look good. Thanks for all the years of happiness, teachings and discipline you brought to my life. I will always love and cherish, the sacrifices, the time and effort you put into preparing me and my brothers and sisters to be productive members of society. THANK YOU VVERY MUCH MAMA!!!!! Stay sweet and God Bless you always. Jackie (Florida)
it is so nice to see that you are one of the chosen few. If you've never heard it before which i think you have ,i'll tell you again you're gorgeous.Titta with all you've been through in such very little time you can still afford to smile, you are the perfect example after the saying that goes THERE WILL ALWAYS BE SUNSHINE AFTER RAIN. You are one blessed soul.
love always Nadine [London]
Aunty Myra ...u pretty sah..bwoy i am still not able to guess your age.. u really look good. you really are a sweetheart and may God continue to bless u richly love gillian
Hello Mrs Davis,
I do not think you will remember me but you know my grandparents the late Mr Wheatley Crowe (Puddy) and Willel McLean- Crowe. My grandmother was well known as Sebel. I am sure you and your husband must have sold her fish at some point in time. My uncle Prof (Mendis Ebanks) also has a guesthouse beside yours. My uncle’s guest house is called “Sandy Hill Cottage”. I am Manda's daughter.
I am presently pursuing my Masters' degree here in England and working on many projects to help Africans and African Descendants. In case you know any parents out there who is interesting in having their children's poetry in my Anthology of poems you can tell them to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More About My Work
What’s Up With Winsome Antoinette Ebanks, The Poet and Singer Known as Rainbow Talents –Mosyln African Queen- The Daughter of Jesurun?
Well, she will be publishing a Children’s Book In April 2006 which will be entitled: Winsome Antoinette Ebanks' African Children and Children of African Descent 1st Anthology of Poems.
This book will contain poems from African Children and Children of African Descent all over the world. The poems will be selected from a Free International Poetry competition called Winsome Antoinette Ebanks’ African Children And Children of African Descents Free International Poetry Competition. All the Poems that are selected from this competition which is now opened will be included in the Anthology of Poems which will be out in April, 2006.
This competition is sponsored by: Winsome Antoinette Ebanks, The Poet and Singer Known as Rainbow Talents, Mosyln- African Queen, The Daughter of Jesurun. Also, there is a strong possibility of several book signing parties. However, the main highlights should be book signing party in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and London England.
What is This Competition all About?
The Winsome Antoinette Ebanks' African Children and Children of African Descent 1st Anthology of Poems will be a compilation of poems from Winsome Antoinette Ebanks' African Children and Children Of African Descents Free International Poetry Competition. This is a Free Poetry Competition which will hereafter be an Annual International Poetry Competition for African Children and Children of African Descents all over the world.
Rules For The Competition
1. All African Children and Children of African Descents are free to enter this competition providing that he or she is between the ages of 7-12.
2. Send in one or a total of four original poems with one's name, age, sex, ambition, name of country and city, parents origin, what makes one write poetry, the age at which one wrote his or her first poem, and who the poem or poems are dedicated to.
3. Poems must be at least two verses- four lines each.
4. Any child entering this competition must be an African or an African Descent.
5. Parents or Guardians must write a note which should accompany the poem or poems stating that they give me "Winsome Antoinette Ebanks - The Poet and Singer Known as Rainbow Talents permission to publish these poems. The title or titles of the poem or poems must be written in this note. The Note must be dated and signed in front of a witness if possible.
6. Royalty will be paid into an account with the child's name in it or cheque will be paid to parents or guardians. The Money should be used for the child's well-being and Educational Development. Royalty will be paid on a monthly basis. However, if there is no sale of this book- no royalty will be paid.
7. All Poems must be in by the 31st March,2006. If parents or guardians has an email address and they wish for me, Winsome Antoinette Ebanks , The Poet and Singer Known as Rainbow Talents to contact them and on whether or not their child's poem has been selected , then this detail can be placed at the bottom of the sheet with the poem so that I can convey the relevant information. Also, contacts to me " Winsome Antoinette Ebanks , The Poet and Singer Known as Rainbow Talents can be made by emailing: email@example.com, or visiting www.winsomebanks.com or www.winsomeebanks.co.uk and leave feedbacks or send message.
N.B. The Poem or Poems will remain the property of the child. The Anthology will be out and available worldwide in April, 2006, with I Am's Help And Mercies.
Please don't wait any longer send in your Poems now! March
2006 is just around the corner!
8. Send your poem or poems by the 31st March,2006 to:
Winsome Antoinette Ebanks
The Poet and Singer Known as Rainbow Talents
23 Bolton Road
London NW10 4BG
Contacts: www.winsomebanks.com or www.winsomeebanks.co.uk,www.winsomeebanks.com
M: 442 07984077310
N.B.Book launch Party in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and London, England will be from 22 nd April,2006 to the 27th April,2006.
Also I will be using part of my royalty from my book "Twists and Turns of Life” for the next five months to help the people of South West St. Elizabeth to rebuild their lives after hurricane Ivan's Devastation. I heard and read all about it in the Jamaica Gleaner. Please Big up Anna Davis for me she used to attend school with my brother Errol Ebanks. Also, big up to all the Teachers and students of Newell Comprehensive High. All the best in your endeavours. Please Keep Smiling.
From: Winsome Antoinette Ebanks
The Poet and Singer Known as Rainbow Talents
I am Myra's daughter, I will relate the message to her for you. We know your family very well. Good luck in your Masters program. I will follow up your email soon.
hi tina nice seeing you my name is kenton i from backflagaman but i live in canada bigup tina
hi tina wad up gurl u look goood on di site right noe dis is kenton an am in canada noe so big up i was living in flagaman when i com down to jamdong big sandi bank people dem an big up jamaica people dem
Hey Tita, you look just great, with your nice warm smile. You are such a loving aunt and I am so thrilled to be your niece! Lots of love Marlene
Hi Myra,it is so good to see you on the internet.Your smile is just the same as those school days. I heard of the misfortunes you've had, bu let's put it this way, we love them but God loves them best. Keep as sweet as you are. I hope you remember me Verona, say hi to Vivette for me and I hope to see her on the internet too.When i visit Jamaica I never get a chance to see you, but Vivette always come to see me. Its nice to see so many of the people of treasure beach especially the senior citizens.