There’s a rainbow always after the rain.
How many time have you heard that quotation, eh? For me, I guess I’ve heard it a million times in my 22 years of existence. Haha! Well, I’ve been saying that mantra every hour of my life.
I know there’s a scientific explanation why rainbows appear after the rain, but I don’t want to talk about it. I don’t want to be a scientist at the moment, yah know. Let’s just talk about the hope it brings to all those people who believe in this saying.
As I write this post, a typhoon is devastating my homeland, Bicolandia. My relatives and friends there have been texting me, describing the intensity of the rainfall and gustiness of wind. I can also imagine how afraid my mom is at this very moment, thinking that our house would be damaged by the strong wind again. God forbid.
After this shift, I’ll be facing the dilemma of the storm too. I can imagine the flooded areas on my way home. Might be a flooded apartment too. (I hope it won’t happen, though.) I’ve read news that describes the typhoon as a devastating one, like Typhoon Milenyo last 2006.
Honestly, I am afraid. This is the first time that I’ll be facing a strong storm here in Metro Manila. It’s the first time that I’l be facing a difficult environmental situation without my family. Woah! I can’t even think about anything else but finding an alternative route just to go home later! T_T
Well, I’m not losing hope that the storm would be gone as soon as possible. I think I already have a phobia when it comes to outrages of Mother Nature, and I never wanted to experience that again. I hope I won’t ever face it again all alone.
Hmm. Do I still make any sense? Hehe! I’m sorry for a (kinda) lame post.
Bottom line is, as I hope things would get better later, I know it will eventually happen.
Time to to go, guys!
Have a great day!