About

Bienvenidos a Island Vignettes! Welcome to Island Vignettes! I am a daughter of South American soil with a passion for all things Caribbean. I believe that the Caribbean region is a unique space made up of a vibrant populace, a fascinating history and collectively – a prosperous future.

Through the words on this site, I hope to entertain, inspire or accompany you into meaningful reflection while visiting some relevant Development issues affecting the Caribbean. All from the beautiful isle of Jamaica. Think, laugh, cry or shake a fist with me as we reflect on some of my experiences, right here onΒ ISLAND VIGNETTES – TheΒ voice ofΒ things Caribbean! Happy reading!

Have feedback? Something you want me to write about? Just want to say hi? Write me at:

discoveryourpurpose(at)hotmail(dot)com.

This blog is in no way affiliated with any organisation with which I currently work or have worked with in the past. The opinions and views expressed are entirely my own.

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44 thoughts on “About”

  1. Thank you so much for the nomination and congratulations on your own! What a blessing and what an honor!:) Your blog deserves the award; your love for the Caribbean and its people comes through so clearly. We @ Saint In Training will keep you in our prayers and we hope you keep us in yours. We have been blessed with the privilege of receiving this award before; just knowing that the words God inspires us to write is affecting people across the globe is humbling and it’s also a great responsibility. We do not take it lightly. Keep being the inspiration you are dear one.

    Love ya in Christ,
    Ma Chris (and Rebecca πŸ™‚ )

    1. Thank you so much Ma Chris & Rebecca! Especially for such encouraging words. It really is a journey for me and definitey writing about things I’m passionate about – Development & the Caribbean has made it easier. I love your blog! You are clearly inspired and blessed as it is touching so many lives. It is an honour to be nominated and I see it as a lovely indication to keep my blog going πŸ™‚ God bless and lots of hugs.

    1. Many hugs to you too Maria! The week has met me in another country taking in the sights and mentally creating more posts for everyone! Big big (((HUG))) for you too!

      1. When I originally commented I clicked the &#t;802No2ify me when new comments are added” checkbox and now each time a comment is added I get several e-mails with the same comment. Is there any way you can remove people from that service? Thanks!

    1. Many many thanks Bajanpoet! Please forgive the very late response – I am really looking forward to exploring more of your work! On to new adventures indeed! – Thanks for stopping by πŸ™‚

      1. Hello: I have inherited my father’s 1960′s tube Premier 71, and by chance have a friend who repairs old tube amps. It needs cap work. The leather handle is destroyed. Do you know of where I may find a leather handle that closely matches the original? I have seen the vintage Fenders, but was wondering if there is anything cl.oMrsThanks,eike L.

      2. Sorry für den Doppelpost unter Eni & TanteEni, irgendwie hab ich immer bei 'Eni' Fehlermeldungen erhalten und nun ist es doppelt eingetragen.So sorrylgEni

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EXPLORING CARIBBEAN PERSPECTIVES

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