I like that, that's what they called Granmoun dans son lakay...

Richelet Crown - June 7 2013, 5:46 PM

I like that, that's what they called Granmoun dans son lakay.

And that is an example of Haiti getting better.

because it takes courage to refuse things that you might want & need. in time needed, in order to protect your own people.

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