Today is Mental Health day. Although I have not blogged in such a long time, I thought I would write something to encourage everyone to keep going. I’ll start by saying: if you’re here, there’s a reason why, so please don’t give up. Life gets super hard. We all have a million things going on.… Continue reading Love More 🌹
I was first introduced to Mitzy when I was visiting a friend at her old university, in Haiti. After that meeting, she kept popping on my IG friends suggestions; so we started following each other. I was very intrigued by her because she seems so outgoing, and sweet. Plus, she uses her IG platform to… Continue reading Mitzy : “Don’t ever think you aren’t beautiful or smart enough…”
Hey world!! This weekend, I’ve cried more than I can even count; I know, I know, some of you will be shocked to read this. Depression is real, Ladybugs. It is usually hidden behind the largest smiles or the loudest laughters. I had not truly experienced depression until my dad died.… Continue reading Hey You !
Have you ever met someone who you're not even close to but somehow, touches you or impacts your life in ways others never did before? Not too long ago, I got the news that a Haitian priest, Joseph Simoly, that I truly admire died. When I got the text, I frankly thought it was… Continue reading Hommage to Père Joseph Simoly
October 20th, 2017 For the past few days, I’ve been feeling super grateful for the friends that I have. I’m not perfect but somehow I’m loved, and everytime I think about that, I can't help to feel all sentimental. I move around a lot so I make a bunch of friends.… Continue reading Lady Sergine,Diary Entry 1: Grateful
This morning on my way back home, I was thinking about how people are so "worried" about ME graduating, while I am not. I am not saying that I don't care, but the speed at which I'm moving forward to IT is best for me. According to society's “standards”, I should have graduated by now,… Continue reading WHEN WILL YOU GRADUATE ?
A tes côtés" (by your side) was a mega hit song in Haiti, precisely around 2008-2009. I could hear people singing the lyrics or humming its melody wherever I would go. It has that Haitian-French Guianese vibe to it that associated pretty well, which made me curious about the French Guianese part that was unknown… Continue reading The Princess Of French Guiana :Tina Ly