With all the Facebook brouhaha, I finally decided to download my Facebook Archive to see exactly what it contained. The extent of it definitely surprised me.
Some random thoughts of mine.
Sometimes the happiest birthday wishes come from the most unexpected places and people. Simple and cute, I was especially grateful for this one.
I finally got around to seeing Black Panther. I have to say that I’m thrilled to see it doing so well.
A true linguist. I love the way this guy breaks it down.
My business card! I finally got this business card done the other day. After dragging of the feet, I edited and updated the same business card I had used when first arriving in Haiti. I added a reverse side for my personal website and updated it with my personal “Pascal Antoine” logo, as well…
HaitiXchange staff member Romero and I working at an entrepreneur expo being held at Port-au-Price’s Montana Hotel. Stay tuned for a short, comprehensive video of the event. via Facebook http://ift.tt/2zierKk
Haiti is never boring. There’s always something going on. I posted this on Facebook one day while coming home work. A huge billboard had toppled over after some construction workers apparently dug around the base of the pole holding it up. It fell onto a tap-tap truck, totaling it, and hit the side of a building.…
I had a personal website before, which I let go by the wayside, and had always wanted to resurrect it. After dragging my feet for months, the following experience on Facebook finally broke the camel’s back and forced me to take action.