my own sunshine
August 19, 2013
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The rain had silently stopped for a while this evening but in every news flood is affecting the most part of the metro and Cavite is not spared, it’s by now in a state of calamity. My poor Cavite. 😦 Class remains suspended until tomorrow in most areas but I’ll definitely have work already. I don’t mind at all, I don’t want work to be compromised in any way besides I think I’ve rested by far after the work has been called off by lunch time today. Thank you ICS management for your consideration in times like this.
The husband arrived at mid-afternoon, he’s exhausted by all the rains he encountered while doing a field work. I wanted to go out and have coffee with him or have dinner at the nearby Rockwell mall but he’s all drained, I sense, so I allowed him to take a nap before anything else. But I’m craving crazily for something, I wanted some barbequed meat and pig ears dipped in vinegar. He checked on the stand neighboring us but they took a day off maybe because of the rains. I remember how we were during last year’s monsoon rains and how we were not spared during Ondoy. I don’t want a repeat of those. It’s depressing, the sight of floodwaters with loads of trash floating here and there. I feel sorry for those whose houses and even family members were drowned. It’s like the end of the world is coming and I needed a good meal before it. Don’t get me wrong here for being so insensitive while the nation is suffering from floods, more poverty and hunger. It’s just that whenever I feel weary about anything around, my retreat aside from the powerful prayer is a good meal, it sweeps away my worries.
There might be no sunshine still tomorrow so I created my own sunshine at home.
I won’t be a breakfast fan for nothing if I can’t have it all day.
Don’t forget to eat a healthy and filling meal before you leave home on August 20 and,
may your morning be as bright as I expect mine. 🙂
I pray for everyone’s safety.