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Shrimp Étouffée - Another Reason to Love Bodie Broadus

Last night I had a dream that I took a walk with Bodie from the Wire – actually the actor J.D. Williams who portrayed Bodie. 647 more words


Bondye Renmen Ou

You Are Loved By God

On Sunday, we went to church on site at Haitian Christian Mission (HCM). It is a non-denomination church, but who cares because we are all sisters and brothers of Christ, right? 482 more words

Love Haiti Relationship

Monday - Patty & Mariah

Monday, June 29th
Written by Patty & Mariah

Hey guys, Mariah and Patty here! So we are loving it here! The place that we are staying at is absolutely gorgeous and no joke it is like a resort. 530 more words


Reincarnated Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau Discovered in Rural South Carolina

The legends behind the mysterious Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau have captivated people in the deep south for centuries. Born a free black woman, her practice of Voodoo in the city of New Orleans earned her a plethora of cult like followers as well as merchandise lines, local urban legends, and even country ballads dedicated to her mystical life. 1,170 more words

Creative Writting

Rosie Ledet, Accordionist, and the Zydeco Playboys

Rosie Ledet

By Christa T. O’Neill for Accordion Americana  Accordionist, Singer and Songwriter, Rosie Ledet IS the Zydeco Sweetheart. But, make no mistake, there’s nothing sweet about the way she can rock and roll with her diatonic accordion. 469 more words


Welcome to Paradise on Mahe Island, The Seychelles

I mentioned in my previous post that I’ve been rather fortunate to kick off my globetrotting with a week spent indulging in Island life in the middle of the Indian Ocean. 618 more words

General Ramblings

Do You Know What It Means . . . ?

We all need a place to go (if only in our minds) when things get stressful, depressing, sad, hard, or simply boring . . . a place that breeds a sense of peace, solace, enthusiasm, delight, renewal or joy.   1,008 more words

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