We left our house early in the morning yesterday (11-08-13) and moved to a more secured place…I was carrying my 5-day-old daughter.
We spent the day in an apartelle. At night time, we were all keen to know what’s happening but there’s no tv, no radio. We satisfied ourselves listening to the whistle of wind..it was so strong and scary! Good thing it’s not much raining.
At midnight we even heard the sirene (wangwang) trying to warn the people of an upcoming flood, thank God the flood did not happen.
We went home early in the morning and felt devastated as we passed through trees that collapsed & were uprooted. The sight of the houses and fields that were damaged were more terrifying. I can’t even control my children’s reactions upon seeing the horrible aftermath of #YolandaPH .
We reached home and we were met by our cottage already pinned down to the ground.
We wanted so much to watch tv or listen to the radio to find out what’s happening but we were isolated from the world. We were just getting information from our relatives who were not much affected by the typhoon – some info were even coming from outside of the Philippines.
We do not have electricity since yesterday morning and rumor has it that it might take a month or so before it can be restored..
Please continue to pray for all of the people who were affected by #YolandaPH .
God bless the Philippines. God bless the Filipinos.