Certaines personnes se cantonnent dans des relations qui évidemment ne marchent pas juste parce qu’ils ont peur d’être seul. Moi, la solitude ne m’effraie pas .Quand ça va mal et après avoir fait tous les efforts, je suis la première à prendre la poudre d’escampette !Je suis célibataire depuis un bon moment mais je ne… Continue reading Pas de petit ami, pas de problème
(Wahoo Bay Beach in Haiti ) "After you leave home, you may find yourself feeling homesick, even if you have a new home that has nicer wallpaper and a more efficient dishwasher than the home in which you grew up."Lemony Snicket The other night, I received a message saying this :”When you moved here, was… Continue reading There’s no place like home !!
Lesandro Guzman's death On June 21, 2018,many people and I woke up to a video, a viral video showing a teenage boy being murdered with knives and machetes by six other young men. I watched in horror as I saw this boy, later identified as Lesandro Guzman, being dragged out of a local grocery store… Continue reading Have We Failed Our Youth ?
The first time I personally heard of Tifane, I was listening to her song with Stan called “Bel Moun.” I thought that her style was different, and her voice captivating. Also, she revealed to be, and still is, an authentic kind of person: true to herself no matter what. The latest news was that she… Continue reading Tifane :Music makes me feel relevant, present, alive.
As I was laying in my bed at 6:07 am, and listening to Closer/ Wrap me in your arm by WILLIAM MC DOWELL, I was also searching on Instagram for ways to improve my blog. That's when I saw this beautiful picture of this gospel singer and his family; then I have begun to remember… Continue reading What Makes you better than me ?
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
September 30th, 2017 I met this girl in March 2010, in our science class. I was seating down when this tall (lol) girl walked in. Oddly enough she sat next to me and introduced herself to the class. At first, we didn’t really talk because Mr. Poules is known for… Continue reading Lady Sergine Diary Entry 2: To My Sweet Gabbie