I really enjoyed your writing about your " Grann ", mine...

T Lagwe - November 4 2011, 6:35 AM

I really enjoyed your writing about your " Grann ", mine, Suzanna, was the pillar of my family.

I am really saddened by how much we've lost in our traditions, so many of the best Haitians have left and never returned.

Thanks for the feel good thoughts about the good old days, I only wish that more of the young Haitians only knew what you are talking about.

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