There are a lot out there who currently have no electricity following the onslaught of the country's first ever super typhoon this year.
|A day after Typhoon Juan hit Camiling, Tarlac|
My team and I were supposed to go to Dagupan to check on the status of the fish pens there. We were, however, greeted by a roadblock in Camiling, Tarlac as some barangays were submerged in flood.
|My cameraman, Boy Anunuevo, shooting Tarlac's submerged rice fields|
|My assistant cameraman makes sure our camera survives the storm|
|Wet from the rain but still smiling|
He was supposed to harvest his palay next week. Now, he could only watch as floods brought about by Typhoon Juan wash away his months of hard work.
I could just imagine what Mr. Bautista is going through!
I am an entrepreneur and I think I have a pretty good idea of what it would feel like to lose an investment with one single mistake or misfortune.
So while I only had this to get me through the tiring coverage...
|Sunflower crackers for breakfast, lunch and almost dinner|
I had no complaints.
I am blessed and fortunate.
Thank you, Lord. Pin It Now!