Very nice and easy read, loved the embedded touch of humor...

James Thomas - November 15 2016, 2:56 PM

Very nice and easy read, loved the embedded touch of humor.

The sudden Kreyol and French statements made me know that I was taking guidance from someone that knows where I'm coming from, because can try to describe "pintade" until I turn blue or black in our case and if you don't know; you don't know, with all of that said thank you for the clarification.

Kimbé pa lagé !

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