What Ondoy Did to our Workplace

Just got home from the hospital. I visited my grandmother who just underwent an angioplasty a few days ago. I wasn’t able to drop by yesterday because of the bad weather.

Outside Pinoy Parazzi's Office

Outside Pinoy Parazzi's Office

Before going to the hospital, I went to our office at 2PM to work. Some parts of Panay Ave.is also muddy due to the typhoon yesterday. When I went down the tricycke, I was surpised upon seeing our office stuff (chairs, tables, computers etc) outside the building. I also caught my officemates clearing flood water in the office!

The Creative Department's Area

The Creative Department's Area

My Wet Workstation =(

My Wet Workstation =(

I am really saddened with what happened. Seeing copies of our past issues soaking wet and the computers broken made each and every one of us panic. Ondoy caused us a lot we didn’t really anticipate this will happen.

Which one is mine? Which one is yours? Waaaah

Which one is mine? Which one is yours? Waaaah

As of writing, I am not even sure if our boss is OK. Though it was announced that we will not publish some juicy photos and showbiz articles for the next few days, I am not at ease with everything. All of the Manilenyos can’t help but worry with the effect of the typhoon, but emotional worrying won’t help. Bayanihan will.

Eto na ang Larawan ng Tunay na Buhay.

Also read Faith Salazar’s The Ondoy Aftermath entry. No more Guess Who Does, Clickadora, Showbzi Blogster, Stars Candid and Premiere Shots for the next few days.

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18 thoughts on “What Ondoy Did to our Workplace

  1. darqueangel

    God Bless you all.. for all the struggle your company is phasing now there will be an equal blessings to come.. just keep the spirit alive. support each other and everything will be back again..

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  2. Leia

    hello ms. mica! kayo po pala yung writer sa pinoy parazzi. kalungkot naman nangyaro sa office niu.. sana magpublish kau ult favorite ko parazzi lalo na kpag andun si kim at gerald. god bless po…

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