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CDO is in a state of calamity after being hit by Sendong. I wouldn’t blame everything to mother nature for what had happened. It was partially man-made, too. We should have seen it coming. Illegal logging, mining, etc… One would think this country have learned from Ondoy. ohwell.. life.

It is sad to see such tragedies. Many has lost their homes and family members– no food, clothes, companion, etc. It has been a long time (a decade?) since the last time we sorted our clothes. We donated a pile of shirts and pants that we don’t wear anymore. They are still in good condition, of course. How would they wear/use them if they aren’t? =p

Ma said the clothes are in CDO by now… that’s good to know. I hope they will be able to recover soon. 🙂 I wish them well.

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About mil.o.e

A nocturnal, quirky, and optimistic; but sometimes cynical, architect who likes traveling, food, and other random things (ie photography, gift wrappers, and ribbons). A coffee addict. Enjoys music ranging from classical to jrock. Loves stationery products especially unruled notebooks, markers/felt-tip pens, F pencils, and other coloring materials. Believes that ice cream, fruit slushies, and cookies can always make a day brighter. View all posts by mil.o.e

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