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Thursday, April 23, 2015

Bonjou, Mandaly! M gen yon kesyon. Kisa di, "N'ap pou tan" nan angle? I had a dream some time ago, and this was said in it. M te tradui konsa, "We're for time." but that doesn't make any sense. So I wonder are there any Haitian sayings or proverbs like this? What does this mean? (I hope I said that right).

If you're dreaming in Creole that's awesome :)

Yeah, you've pretty much translated it correctly. It doesn't mean much in H. Creole. ..may be a hidden significance?

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