creole 102

 

Èske mwen mèt pran foto ou? (May I take your photo?)

Please (Souple)

Merite (You’re welcome)

Pa gen pwoblem (No problem)

Tout bagay anfòm? (Everything OK?)

My Creole skills became handy in Gonaives (although I must admit those guys spoke very good English)
New friends: My Creole skills got useful in Gonaives (although I must admit those guys spoke good English)

Mwen gen pwoblem konprann kreyòl (I have problems understanding Creole)

Kisa … vle di? (What does … mean?)

Kijan yo di … an kreyòl? (How do they say … in Creole?)

Mwen pa konnen (I don’t know)

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Wishing High School back

To understand the meaning of selective memory – read the title.

Today has been a nostalgic day since I’ve dedicated it to organize and look and old pictures and files. I found got many awesome surprises! Imagine I had forgotten this stuff:

Three crazy school friends
the poses
Young photographers on picnic
the picnics
Titanic photo ruined by bunny ears - three students on a boat
the moments

(What have I done to protect myself from loosing all my files, should my Mac’s hard drive crash again? I’ve bought a 1TB big external hard drive and transferred all files from my old external hard drive to it. The old one is now only used by Time Machine, and I swear to plug it into my Mac every evening. Amen.)