I Know God will Keep my Parents Safe

Reminiscing…

"Let my cardio speak." -Angela

For a child waiting for her parents to come home from work, it takes a lot of patience. Remember when you are just a child waiting for mom and dad to arrive. You are in the bed, you’ve already made countless twists and turns. Oh, poor little girl, those tears streaming down her eyes are now soaking her bed, tears of waiting.

Could there be anything more fearful when you know that your parents are out there fighting against the rage of the seas, struggling to survive both the strongest typhoon in the planet and storm surge in Naga Naga, Tacloban?

That’s the story shared to me by Joyce Tabao, 27 years old, while she waited for her parents to come home. Her parents are in Tacloban for a vacation and Joyce was in Manila when typhoon Yolanda struck the coastal island of Tacloban.

Joyce recounted how she dealt with…

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