Joyeux noel to all haitians.

R. Sanon - December 17 2006, 7:13 PM

I read your e-mail Dominic about you not having the chance to spend christmast with your brother and his family.

It was very touching, your story even made me tear up. I believe in treating family and friends fairly all the time because one never knows when it'll be the last time.

Renee

Merry Christmas / Happy Holiday/Joyeux noel.

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