Compliments of the season to you from the beautiful island of Jamaica. Please allow me some space in your column to express my love and sincere gratitude to all my wonderful people in Antigua.
I am Nurse Salome Griffiths, who works at the Seventh Day Nursing Home, Upper Gambles, also a resident of Jennings Village.
I, along with other nurses of Antigua and other Caribbean countries, am presently here in Jamaica doing a sixth-month course at the University of the West Indies from January to June 2012.
Unfortunately, I got very sick and was hospitalised in Kingston Public Hospital. I am presently out of the hospital and doing much better, thanks to the nurses and doctors and all who prayed for me.
Thanks also to my pastors Worrel and Kalma Simon and all the brethren of Melting Fire Tabernacle; Belmont Gardens; Major Jocelyn Maxim and all the Home Leaguers of the Salvation Army, The Red Cross – Mr and Mrs Martin McCallam of the Street Pastors, Nevis Street, Sis Sharon Matthews and all the members of Lady Aglo; Matron Wandall Kendall and all the workers of the nursing home, other individuals and friend.
God bless you all because you all prayed I am alive and well today. High thanks and praises to the Creator; to him be the glory and honour. Thanks to my children, Samantha, Kimesha Mickle and her husband Pastor Tyson Mickle, special friend Whitney; God bless you all.
I will be returning in June with my certificate and make my country proud.