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The sun is showing its face….finally.

The typhoon is now on its way to the West Philippine Sea but we are still under signal number 1. Most schools here in Metro Manila don’t have classes yet. It is still windy outside but the sun is shining bright and early.

I took some shots in the garden. Here you’ll see the lone calamity  of typhoon Tisoy, a bent street light in front of the house.

I have good news for you guys. Nissa is going home today. Just talked to her a while ago and she said she will just take a Grab car on the way home.

They measured the level of toxicity  (radioactive iodine) from the patient via the distance from where one is standing. When one is a meter apart, it measures ten, but if you are near her throat, it measures a hundred.  She’ll have another body scan next year. She told me her doctor is also surnamed Isidro so maybe, he is a distant relative of Obet. They came from the same province. Obet is from a family of doctors too. His aunt, uncle and cousin are all doctors.

Again, thank you for all your prayers. I forwarded your messages  to Nissa and she said you are all so sweet 🙂

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This is one of those days when you can’t do anything except wait for the latest news about the typhoon which has a very wide ring band and talk to Nissa over the phone. Lazy, lazy morning. I cooked lunch early since it is so windy outside, there might me a power outage.

It is a good thing the rain is not too strong, I am wary of heavy rains because of flood. Hopefully in two days, the typhoon would have left the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR). It is most felt in the Bicol region where it has landed.

Nissa sent me two more photos of her breakfast and lunch provided by the hospital, she is eating more fruits though as advised by her doctor.  She is alone in her room, I told her to watch the news or sleep to have that much needed rest.

Breakfast that includes some sweets, champorado, slices of hot dog and milk.

Maybe that is Pork nilaga or sinigang and fish fillet for lunch.

She brought this along, sour fruits for the taking.

Pomelo and Oranges

It is still dark outside but the wind has somehow slowed down.

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