Blog Entry #37

The river behind our house started to overflow. The authorities warned us and the others living by the riverbank to move somewhere else—preferably to a higher area, like my aunt’s house a few blocks from ours. We have been staying here for half a day already. The sun has not greeted us for the past few days. We were never more eager to see it again.

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Blog Entry #36

Today had been awful. The downpour was so heavy that I was soaking wet by the time I arrived at home from school. Not only that, but the river behind our house was continuously rising just like it always does whenever a rainstorm occurs in our town. My mother was cooking adobo when I entered the house. When she saw me, she pulled me into a hug before proceeding to what she was doing. We waited for father to arrive from work—he was not to be at home before seven sharp—so I decided to help mother with the cooking instead.

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It’s Published!! + Prepping for Camp NaNoWriMo

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Can I first say how weirdly satisfying this GIF is? I mean I could watch it for an entire day!

And, nope. This isn’t going to be another book review post. I didn’t know how much I missed writing a blog entry that isn’t a book review until now… Eh, why did that sound so cheesy?

Anyway, today I’ll be talking about two things in general: Camp NaNo and my book! So without further ado, let’s get this rolling!

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