The last month has probably been the hardest through this young life of mine. I choose not to blog anything, because I felt mentally I was not prepared to share myself with anyone. I’ve lost a few good and very important people in my life. The earthquake in Haiti not only took away loved ones, but it also took a huge piece of my childhood and innocence. Although I choose not to identify whom I’ve lost in such a public display I can assure that many can understand where I come from. I’d like to public thank everyone for their support and love and will continue to carry your gratitude.
Now I know recently the news has pulled back the news on Haiti to the point where it’s not even news anymore, but to many families this event is still alive and surreal. Its sad watching these mass graves and families unaware of their loved ones who can never receive a proper burial or “goodbye”, not knowing has been the killer of my people and every phone call received at my house seems to be either bad news or despair. Its situations like this which drives me to continue helping family and friends. I vow to use my time to post as much information possible for those who may need it or for those who are not aware.
With that being said I have information that I’ve battled with for the last few weeks if should share with visitors to the site. I’ve decided to share what I have and let those who are curious or need to know to look up the information themselves. I will being posting a list of people who have been confirmed as dead as a result of the tragic earthquake that hit Haiti on January 12th. This information was sent to me and is in French, if you need a translation google has a very accurate translator.
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