I quickly gathered whatever supplies we could find, some clothes, food, and essentials.
|It is essential that you never leave home without chips!
You can always throw chips at zombies in the hopes that they will want to eat those instead of you!!!
|There was panic & pandemonium. Everyone was headed either to the hills or the seas this friday afternoon.|
|My very scared, very worried, very anxious kids!!!|
|At night, and if the sea is calm, we can sleep in boats.|
|If all else fails, we can live off the sea… surely the fish can’t be infected with the zomvirus???|
|Worst case scenario, we can always travel via this yellow submarine if a horde happens to find us.|
We found a resort that seemed abandoned..
We had to separate our group into 2 huts. So one can try and rescue the other when the need arises. It’s a tough living situation -cramped space, no flushing system or hot water, but at this point, we are thankful for whatever accommodation we can get that would keep my family & I safe.
|As you can see, Kap is busy trying to contact the Navy for our immediate rescue. My hero! <3|
|This is the beach front. I guess construction has been stopped when everyone turned into Zombies. :'((|
|We hunted.. never mind if the cow we had to kill in order to survive was old, making the beef tapa we had for breakfast hard & chewy.|
|And we fished.. these killer dangits were crispy & perfect, I must admit.|
Okay, okay, you got me. I’M KIDDING! I just had to use a little imagination to get me through the weekend. :P
A couple of weeks ago, ate told me she will be going on a 3-day field trip to Bolinao for her zoology class. Then she asked if I can sort of go but be “under the radar”. Conspicuous baga. Huwag magpa-halata coz they were warned no parents & yayas allowed, lels.
My first thought was where the frick is Bolinao that they needed 3 whole days for that?! Then she enlightened me & said it takes 6 hours to get there. zOMG! ganun?! Bundok na yan ah!
|Kap stretched for the 6-hour-long drive ahead.
We followed this bus all the way to pangasinan. It carried a very precious cargo! <3
She warned me though that the place they were staying at wouldn’t let me book on the same dates coz her college reserved the whole place. I said it’s ok I can book somewhere else as long as she has a security blanket knowing mommy is just somewhere nearby & can get to her in an instant.
I really felt so happy that even at 18, she still wanted, needed me around. Ok, not around-around, but somewhere within the vicinity. Not every mother can boast that their teenage child wants them within a 50-mile radius! So I must have done something right by her. ;)
So lest they change their minds, I quickly reserved the 2 available rooms & paid that same day so they can’t say “no” whatever happens or comes up. Wala na silang laban at hindi na nila ako pwede tanggihan kasi bayad na ako! :P
Ohana is family. And family means nobody gets left behind. ;)