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Hey everyone! What is up? November came so fast, and I am staying here for a month already. Wow! I am making this blog post just because. I just feel like posting a blog. Sometimes, I just don’t have any reasons at all. Hahaha!

So, last November 11 was my first month staying here. Well, it was special ’cause the snow finally stuck on the ground so it’s white wherever here! I woke up around past 9am and blankets of snow greeted me. Well, living in a place wherein there are no signs of snowfall makes my 11th extra special. Ever since I knew the existence of snow back when I was still a kid, I always knew that winter would definitely be my season. And years later, experiencing my first snowfall made me certain about it.

If you have read my previous blog posts, maybe you would have the slightest idea of what kind of personality I may have. Well if you still don’t, keep reading then! 😉 A lot happened in my first month. Learned a lot of things about my work, knew people, gained friends, and had new memories which may be good or bad. Well, actually yesterday I was feeling terrible and pissed at the same time! I actually don’t like those feelings ‘cos I might go crazy. Hahaha! But, well I’m all good now. Thank God!

I don’t think I must enumerate all the things that happened to me ’cause I don’t think you’d be interested or smth close to that. :p But generally speaking, I am still blessed and I am still here making the most out of everything that happened and may happen. And in all honesty, I am both scared and excited which I believe is perfectly normal. Tell me if it isn’t though! LOL.

By the way, I would like to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to all the people who cared all around the world for my fellow countrymen who experienced the strong typhoon Haiyan. It was such a heartbreak seeing it on international news. Now, I don’t really watch news ‘cos I just get sad and my mood goes down down down. My prayers goes out to everyone affected and lost their loved ones during that devastating event. May you find hope, peace, and feel the warmth of the people who cares around you. I am just proud of my country, despite all these government issues I still believe in the power of all the citizens who cares, and won’t get tired caring for their fellow kababayan. We have experienced a lot, and I know we can get through this. Kapit lang Pilipinas! Kapit lang. We’ll get through this as one nation.

See you later! 🙂

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