|Long-haul flight…Another first for me.
I\’ve been missing in action for a while for I just moved out from SG and returned to Philippines for vacation. After a month, I\’m now here in the US to FINALLY be with my husband! Anyone who are close to me knows that.
I may be MIA but I\’m still aware of what\’s happening to our country. I\’m glad nothing bad happened to my family and relatives. Though I feel bad that my fellow Laguna peepz has to suffer the after effects.
Amidst all that is happening, I\’m always touched by the generosity of our fortunate kababayans may it be back home or abroad. My sister told me that this huge box of old clothes at home are being prepared for donations. Even my home clothes that I left behind are now packed. At least someone could benefit from our old stuff.
I personally follow PAWS (Philippine Animal Welfare Society) on Facebook. They are still accepting donations for Human and Animal relief. (Quoted from their FB wall)
[PARC ANNOUNCEMENT – August 20, 2013]
The PAWS Animal Rehabilitation Center (PARC) in Aurora Blvd, QC (near Marikina) is opening its doors as a temporary pet evacuation center to residents of Marikina whose houses are flooded and have no where else to bring their pets. PAWS resources is limited as an NGO – it needs donations of dog and cat food, tarps, old towels together with human relief items (ready-to-eat packed food, bottled water, old clothes) as the organization aims to help both humans & animals affected by disaster. Donations may be dropped off at PARC. Map is available at http://paws.org.ph/
If you are volunteering your vehicle for a day, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All I have here are GMA Pinoy TV and The Filipino Channel. They\’re still accepting donations as well.
I wish there was a way to stop flooding from happening yearly. If only that pork barrel was put into good use…How I wish…
As for me, I\’ll be back from my regular blogging.