Anna Ramdass firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, July 10th 2007
Pointe-a-Pierre MP Gillian Lucky says her placing seventh in last weekend's National Political Kaiso Monarch competition proves that bravery reaps rewards.
"My experience on Saturday proved beyond reasonable doubt that once people are brave to enter into any arena, and they are prepared to put country first, that they will be well received," Lucky told the Express yesterday during the Parliament's tea break.
Lucky shared the stage with several top calypsonians at the Hasely Crawford Stadium on Saturday and sang "Ah eh fraid them", which won her seventh place-tying with All Rounder.
"I feel lucky, no pun intended, and also privileged that I tied with somebody who is a veteran, All Rounder, who gave me some very good advice," Lucky said.
She expressed her heartfelt thanks to family, friends, fellow calypsonians and her parents for all their support.
Lucky said the audience gave a listening ear, adding "I have given a message and I want it to sink in".
When questioned as to whether she has aspirations to compete next year, she said it was to early to tell.
Lucky said at this time she is focusing on Parliament and the legal profession.
Yes Papa! Bravery really reap rewards.
But really, bravery is when yuh get Fuad to cut off that clit, full that cyat wid a load ah gravel Rowley teef and give yuh family permission to develop dat property in La Romaine. Then take ah 14 inch dildo and stitch it on for yuh.
Then gyul yuh go reap rewards in ah real professional way.
ps:- Wa yuh wife name again ?