True Story: One day, I was driving off La Cienega Blvd in Los...

Maggy Gousse - November 17 2012, 3:21 PM

True Story: One day, I was driving off La Cienega Blvd in Los Angeles.

Sad for me, the Haitian community is very slim here however I saw this women walking down La Cienega and immediately thought, she's Haitian.

I'm sure. Her head up strong, her decided attitude walk, I turned around, parked the car and went to her and ask in Creole.

Se Ayitienne?

She answered, yes! I knew it & was right! She laughed when I told her I recognized her by her being!

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