Memories for me too. grew up in Iowa, milk from the teat, we...

Floyd H - July 15 2012, 8:13 PM

memories for me too. grew up in Iowa, milk from the teat, we would boil white potatoes most often.

memories like this is why I felt so at ease when I visited Haiti the first time last April.

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