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Living with Devastating Storms

Habagat Aug 7 and 8,  2012

It is now 6PM of Aug 8. After a very brief respite from the rains this morning, the rain has started pouring hard again.. our place's roofing is about almost giving up.. water is starting to drip drip drip.. our stairs are filled with old and used ice cream containers trying to drink the drips from the roof - whew.. hopefully, the rains will cease after tonight because it will hit landfal in China.. at least that's what Pag asa says.. from yellow warning back at lunch it is now back to red .. har ..

But I don't have the right to complain.. most of my townmates are submerged in flood waters:



a rare noon time photo

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