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Saturday, May 11, 2013

'Remèsiman se va flè sou tonm mwen' Thanksgiving will be a flower on my grave? Ki lè ou ta itilize fraz sa a?


My grandmother used to say that a lot whenever someone is grateful towards her.
To her (and to me) it means:  Your gratitude will serve as flower on my tomb.


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2 comments:

  1. Donk, se yon fason pou di mèsi lè yon moun fè dibyen pou w? Èske m itilize 'fè dibyen' bon?

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    1. Wi se sa :)
      Ou byen itilize l.

      Anfòm.

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