SUPER STORM

SUPER STORM

How a Super Storm affects a tiny island!

Children swept away into the sea never to be seen again.

I’ve had my OP and am recovering. More about it later.

I thank all of you for your good wishes.

Cheerio, Auntyuta 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9 thoughts on “SUPER STORM

  1. What a horrific vision, children swept out to sea. It’s horrific.

    Hope indeed you are recovering, Aunty Uta. I am wishing you the best 🙂

  2. So glad you’re recovering. Continue to take it easy! I read the article you linked to–I don’t think it’s possible to really understand the horror of this storm, but this article surely moves me closer to seeing the faces of those who were lost. It’s just awful!

  3. Thanks for the link. It was a horrific nightmare and I have not really fully recovered after seeing what happened to my fellow countrymen back home. I hope the country recovered soon. My gratitude to the Australian government for the support they sent as well as to the Australian people went out of their way to help.

    1. I think that it is good, Nelson, that there are organisations as for instance The Red Cross who are well equipped to send immediate help. We chose the Australian Red Cross to send a donation to.
      Unfortunately not all survivors could be reached quickly. It was such an immensely huge disaster I guess everybody just did their very best to send some help. 🙂

      1. I have the feeling, Nelson, that the people of the Philippine Islands are very resourceful and do not give up. This is why the country hopefully is going to recover fairly soon. My prayers are with them!
        🙂

  4. Still perusing all the posts that I seem to have missed for a while, my wordpress problems really threw me out of sequence, I seem to have it all sorted out now.
    The Super Storm was horrific, seems there are natural disasters occurring quite regularly these days.
    Regards
    Emu

    1. Glad, Emu, that you seem to have sorted out all your wordpress problems. Yes, I think we all have to be prepared for more natural disasters. The relevant aid organisations are going to need more and more support in future.
      Love, Auntyuta

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