Obedient and humble, Aunty Mully walked off her family farm with no possessions and narrow academic knowledge. A slow and bumpy bus ride took her into busy Kingston, Jamaica, where only limited job opportunities were on offer. Like a warrior seeking a more progressive way to live, she flew across the Atlantic Ocean to Britain. There, she undertook Blue-collar duties in the National Health Service (NHS) in order to create her descendants’ new beginning. Their obedient duty includes active army service.
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About the Author
Marcia attended Kellits Junior Secondary School. Aged seventeen, she left Jamaica to live with her father and family in Britain. Later, she studied at South Bank University and gained a BA (hons) and PGCE (early years). She worked as a primary teacher for almost twelve years. Marcia has two beloved sons, Ebije and Oche. In her spare time, she enjoys writing poems.