It’s been a very tough year for all of us, fortunately it reaches its end, thanks to God. In fact, nothing cannot stop us having a very good Christmas like we used to in Haiti. I wish you all a Merry Christmas like the ones we had in the 80’s in Port-au-Prince where everybody gathered in the “Champs de Mars” to get their first alcohol drink, first kisses with their girls friends or boyfriend, having their first night out off sight of the family, smoking their first cigarette and coughing like crazy after swore to never do that again. This is the kind of Merry Christmas we want to wish you, with all the “machan’n paté cho” rushing to you when you called for one, young kids riding “kabwèt”, bicycle and speeding like a train, noisy, dirty, and sweaty. We wish a Merry Christmas just like that to you because no one at that time did wish the night on December 24th never ends.
And a Happy New Year with some very hot “soup joumou” on the first day of the year, and may God keeps the food coming in your shelter as he provides a constant health to your entire family. Once again, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2010 to all of you.
From Haiti au Virtuel