Ending the week right
I was checking my Hive wallet when I saw this:
Surprised and curious, I headed to my notifications right away and there I found out that my entry for ZapFic Monday was chosen as one of the lucky winners and most especially by itsostylish to be delegated some HP for the whole month. That's generous and kind of her to do that.
This was my entry
Thanks to wordcounter for the screenshot.
Anyway, if you are in Hive, then check out ZapFic Monday and join the challenge too. Write a story in 240 characters (including words, spaces, punctuations). Just make sure you are writing about the topic for the week.
Talking about Hive, my lead image was from my entry to FungiFriday. That's another community you may want to check out and hopefully join as well.
Earlier this morning, I decided to go for a walk and thankfully I followed my instinct. I thought we will not be affected by the storm but now we are under signal no. 1. It started raining this afternoon until now.
This was taken at Malcolm Square/People's Park. Tents were set up and flowers and candles are sold here in time for the Undas or All Saints' Day. Not all tents were open yet but surprisingly some are already open before 6:00 a.m. I think those were delivered early too so those businesses decided to open. There were already people that time anyway.
What are your plans for this Halloween weekend? I hope the storm will be gone soon so that we don't have to worry about visiting the cemeteries.
The building on the right is one of the hospitals here in the city. It was not my plan to pass this route but because I am fulfilling the 10k steps, I decided to go this route and then back to the park.
This is where our family doctor's clinic is located. The window on the ground floor at the bottom right of the photo is the specific location of our doctor. The last time I saw her was more than 20 years ago. I don't know if our doctor is still practicing. Thank goodness we haven't had any reason to visit her clinic health wise.
The last time I was there was when I brought a friend there because she was sick. Glad she didn't have to be admitted and was discharged soon after. I went to check on our doctor but she was not around that time.
The Wall of Heroes is located a few meters from the hospital. This is a mural of frontliners, farmers, drivers and many more. You won't miss it if you are coming to Baguio and passing by Kennon or Marcos Highway. This mural is located below the flyover.
Finally, I then bought breakfast from one of the restaurants that we frequent. I like how these containers of vinegar and soy sauce seem to be lined perfectly from this angle so I took a photo of that while waiting for my order.
I have misgivings because the last time we were here, we didn't have a good experience but I still gave it a chance and glad that I did because the food I bought was delicious. I didn't have to wait that long too for there were only a few customers that time.
The rain is lashing out outside and one can't help but worry what this storm will do. I have seen the effects already in other parts of the country and it's not looking good.
Praying for safety to one and all.