What adorable creations you have on my page! Many, many thanks for that! Now, I'm famished... Seriously, weather disturbances such as that typhoon has made me pro-active. I must admit my experience with "Haiyan" had tremendously influenced me to think of 101 ways to be safe especially that natural disasters are becoming rampant in my country. It's very important to be up-to-date and tune in on TV for the latest news.
Oh my, actually, there might be another tropical depression aiming once again here according to the local weather bureau. Let's hope for the best... and pray!
Hi Grace!Thank you very much for messaging me! My family and I are perfectly fine! The typhoon has already left here in my region although there's occasional rain most of the time. I'm truly thankful that Typhoon Hagupit (Ruby by its local name) changed her track a bit. Her winds and gusts downgraded as well that helped decrease her wrath in my region, though many provinces were not spared by her fury. I'm glad we didn't experience power interruption this time.
I'm imagining that one day I get married to a foreigner who is handsome... well, I would call you my fortune-teller :D Because yeah, who knows haha...
Ah, dear I must say that you are so skillful at create hand-made things. You definitely can sell it and make money as lot of students in my country do :D But you are much better than them. Talking about traditional clay, well, I don't keep any of my "art" with me now :D You know after playing with it, we just throw it away. Only some of my cousin made a big stove, then baked it like the way people make bricks until it could be used for cooking. But I think they don't keep it until now either :)
It looked like this:
As for my study, thank you I will try my best to handle them. Hope it last shorter..@@