• News

    Condolences To The Family Of Sec. Robredo

    I can’t help but to feel sad with the news on TV. Sec Robredo body was found dead. The family still could not admit the fact yet, I mean the wife just received a call from her husband before the plane crashed. Mr. Robredo did not mention though that the plane was in trouble, he just told her that there are things yet that they have to attend at the moment then the phone went off. That was the last time she was able to talk to her husband. My condolences to the whole family of Sec. Robredo and to Mr. Bahinting, the pilot of the said craft and his…

  • About The Weather,  News,  Tornado,  Typhoon

    Tornado in Missouri and Typhoon in the Philippines

    We were so shocked to see how devastated the tornado in Missouri, it size was really big, they even called it the monster tornado. One of the establishments that were hit by the tornado was a school building, in which graduation rites were held. It was only like after 30 minutes that they were done with the graduation rites, suddenly the tornado strike on them. One student was missing and they are still trying to find him now. One hospital was hit too, the toll death rises up to 116, and some residents were still missing, and the rescue is still on going at the Joplin Missouri. If they are…

  • Donation,  Earthquake,  News,  Tsunami,  World

    Paypal Donates

    Ever since I saw how devastated the tsunami and the quake that hits in Japan on TV. I thought to at least donate a small amount from my earning here in blogsphere. Just today through Elvira’s Roundabout, I finally found a way to give, for some people in Japan who’s this time really need our help. If you are also willing to give a hand, just click Paypal donates and you will be redirected to the site. I know I donated such a small amount yet I hope it could still help some of them.

  • Calamities,  Earthquake,  Mother Earth,  News,  Tsunami,  World

    The Powerful Tsunami in Miyagi, Japan

    When I was done here yesterday, I suddenly tuned our TV in CNN channel only to find out that the Japan was hit a 8.9 magnitude earthquake. It was hit around past 2 p.m., there; it was past 1:00 p.m, here at that time. We were still shocked with the news when all so sudden they aired the tsunami slowly rising to the area of Sendai. I and my sister were screaming and trying to figure out if that was a roof or town slowly covered by a powerful tsunami. The tsunami was televised through a camera in a helicopter; the tsunami rapidly went to some houses, to the train,…