There is always a beautiful rainbow after the rain


The wind has finally slowed down, and the rain has stopped from falling. The typhoon is gone but leaving behind an unforgettable and painful experience to everyone. Lives were taken, some people are still missing, houses damaged, certain areas are still underwater but people's morale has never been so high. For the calamity has brought out the best in everyone. Help from all over the world pour out from different walks of life and it was really admirable!

I was extremely happy to get reassuring news from all my friends that they were fine although most were still fragile sharing their near death experiences. Kudos to my goodfriend and her staff for spearheding our own little outreach activity few days ago in one of the striken calamity area in Manila. Clothes, medicines, goods and some hot soup were distributed. Again we would like to extend our gratitude to all the donors and to all the people who contributed in their own little way in helping out the victims.

To my friend, I may not be there but thank you for making me a part of this.













7 comments:

♥peachkins♥ said...

Naku, grabe talaga yung typhoon buti na nga lang at mataas itong Caloocan.
Thanks for linking me into your blogroll. I linked you up on mine as well. Favor naman, pa-update po ng link ko into http://www.thepeachkitchen.com.

Thanks.

K and S said...

Take care Dhanggit!

Adam said...

I'm glad to see that the recovery process is well underway. It's a shame to see all that devastation, but it's nice to know that people can work together to overcome all of it.

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Good to hear that.

Cheers,

Rosa

Gloria said...

Yes my dear Dhanggit always I think comes the sun after the pain, an all this things that make us hurt!! Lovely pictures, I sendu you huggs and kisses, gloria

(to Mayumi too)

Peter M said...

I relieved to hear your family and friends are fine. Now let's hope the relief supplies get to those who need it fast.

Manggy said...

I am glad they're safe, Dhang, though I hope they recuperate soon. Good on your friend for the outreach :)