"Maayong aga sa indo tanan" (hiligaynon dialect for "magandang umaga sa inyong lahat).
Gusto ko sanang isulat ang naging partisipasyon ko sa "relief goods sorting and packaging" kagabi ngunit ang aking "antuking mata" ay di na kinaya pang makisama sa ninanais ng aking katawan. Ugali na ng aking katawan na kapag dumating or bago pa dumating ang midnight siguradong aantukin na ako. Masuwerte na lang kung malagpasan ko ang midnight na di ako aantukin. Well, it only happens when I'm surrounded with people.
Kagabi habang kami ay masayang nagso-sort out ng aming ipapadala sa mga biktima ng typhoon PEDRING ay bumalik sa alaala ko ang naging kaparehong sitwasyon nang ang mapanirang ONDOY ay nanalasa sa ating bansa noong Setyembre taong 2009.
It is such a horrifying scene seeing the capital of the Philippines - Manila - being swayed out by heavy and deep floods which stirs the world wide community. Imagine, being featured in the CNN as a "Breaking News" is something more than alarming. It means that the incident was really disturbing and highly dangerous.
Philippines, along with other countries surrounding and nearby Pacific Ocean has been regarded as one of the frequent "typhoon stricken" countries. It's a sad truth. Pero wala naman tayong magawa or magagawa kasi natural calamity ang typhoon. We can't even do some magic to stop them from hitting us and our livelihood. All we can do is to always be prepared. And pray of course. Prayers have been proven to help in difficult times.
Siguro mamaya or bukas ko na isusulat ang Part 2 ng entry kong ito. As you may notice the photo for the relief goods isn't authentic since the real photos which I took last night while doing the sorting and packing are still in my mobile phone. I need to use it's bluetooth to transfer it to my laptop.
Well guys, this is it for now. PART 2 coming up in 5 hours? See yah! Cheers to helping and sharing. -:)))