TIME: March 12, 4:29 pm
MESSAGE: Sincere commendation on your magazine, and to the Jamaica Observer for putting it out. Recently, you featured all three female candidates for the NE St Andrew Constituency on your cover and did a short profile on each. This was good, and keep up the good work. Congratulations to Shahine Robinson!.
TIME: March 12, 3:15 pm
MESSAGE: I am relating to your cover story in last week’s issue on Patricia Henry. Finally, you have featured someone who I can relate to and identify with – someone who actually had to struggle through. I was about to call to find out if you only feature persons who were born in the lap of luxury. But there’s Patricia, thanks for the magazine.
CALLER: Lloyd George Murray
TIME: Tuesday, 11:22 am
MESSAGE: I want to respond to an article in last Monday’s (March 12) All Woman, where a lady wrote to say that the people who have been treated by Dr Sangalli should write in and tell of their experience. In 1992, I was held up by gunmen and shot and for 8 years I lived a life of stress, fear, you name it. I had glaucoma, I am crippled from my waist down, my heart was enlarged and I have a bad lung (had problem breathing). But out of all the fear was the fear of being blind. My ophthalmologist told me all I had left was 5% vision in my left eye, because the tissues were badly damaged . Dr Sangalli started working on me in January 2000, now I am feeling 100% better. I can see much better, my heart is perfect now. , I don’t take medication for my eyes and my heart anymore. Today I would like to take this opportunity to tell Dr Sangalli thanks, joy is in my life. Thank God for Dr Sangali, I am so glad the day I met her.
The hardest years in life are those between ten and twenty.
–Helen Hayes (at 73)
Whoever thought up the word “mammogram”- Every time I hear it, I think I’m supposed to put my breast in an envelope and send it to someone.
A few weeks after my [breast cancer] surgery, I went out to play catch with my golden retriever. When I bent over to pick up the ball, my prosthesis fell out. The dog snatched it, and I found myself chasing him down the road yelling “Hey, come back here with my breast!”
Things are going to get a lot worse before they get worse.
Valentine Millennium Woman competition winners
First Prize winner: Ghalia Stewart
Hart Hill, Buff Bay
She has won a weekend for two at Beaches Grand Sport (Ciboney), one gift basket from Neutrogena (Johnson and Johnson) and one bottle of Bailey’s Irish Cream from Edwin Charley
Second Prize winner: Genieve Dawkins
She has won dinner for two at Cassons Restaurant and Bar, one gift basket from Neutrogena (Johnson and Johnson), one bottle of Bailey’s Irish Cream from Edwin Charley, and three months’ membership to Regenesis Gym.
Third Prize winner: Gursha Anderson
She will receive one gift basket from Neutrogena (Johnson and Johnson), one bottle of Bailey’s Irish Cream from Edwin Charley, and three months’ membership to Regenesis Gym.
These three winners are asked to contact our marketing department.
All Woman thanks all participants.