Pandan Pòtoprens Lòk, manje pa ka rantre lavil, ti nèg provens ak nèg andeyò ap byen pase!

There is an advantage to living in a Haitian province close to the countryside, you get fresh plant based foods everyday at the local market whether or not Port-au-Prince is in ""Peyi Lock" mode.

Yon plat mayi moulen, sos pwa ak legim san vyann
Yon plat mayi moulen, sos pwa ak legim san vyann

Take a good look at what's in this dinner plate. Everything is from the local farmers. Whether or not the road to Port-au-Prince is barricaded, we get to cook delicious meals like this everyday.

I would love to live in a Haiti where peace and tranquility prevails but until then, Like JBEATZ puts it, I'm doing fine!

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