Haha, I was reaching for the shampoo of all things. This is the second time in two years that this has happened and I'm thinking that this is a result of my car accident from three and a half years ago.
In other news, if anyone was wondering where the fuck I've been, my family moved to Arizona recently and the clusterfuck that was packing, selling, throwing out shit, re-packing, throwing out more shit, re-re-packing, selling again, throwing out even MORE shit, re-re-re-re-packing, throwing out a TON of shit (seriously, we ended up filling at least 3 separate dumpsters in the various months that it took to clean out our house, thanks to my father's incessant pack-ratting), and finally moving, settling in and then finding a new job has kinda kept me in a semi-regular state of exhaust.
My current part-time job is 48 miles away from my new residence, but my starting pay is $0.25 more than I did at my previous job after multiple raises, so it's improvement, even if I'm on my feet for the majority of my shift.
Taal Volcano Erupted yesterday at noon, here in the Philippines. my mom was in a trip with some of her friends near the area and was on their way home when it erupted. she got home safe but I was scared for a while then.
so far nothing too bad. its spewing ash and lava and its still on Alert level 4 meaning it could still cause a bigger eruption. nearby towns and cities are being evacuated. The wind is carrying the Ash as far as Manila w/c like 65km away from the volcano. so we have some ash fall in our city.
Is it a little ash or is it piling up? When Pinatubo erupted there was enough ash to cave in buildings. Also remember to have your face covered if there is some in the air, you really don't want to breath in the stuff.
a little ash that was just carried by the wind. but since the main event hasn't come yet who knows. and yeah face masks are quickly being sold out everywhere. also wasn't there a storm when Pinatubo erupted so when the ash fall it mixed with the rain basically making it rain wet cement.
we are far enough away that our main concern is the ashfall when the wind blows it over here. gonna be worse if a bigger eruption occurs. the Volcano is still at alert level 4, hopefully it will just fizzle out.
No storm during Pinatubo's first erruption, just a lot of ash and some earthquakes. The stuff came down like it was snowing and if it wasn't cleared off of roofs the weight would cause some buildings to cave in and earthquakes made it worse.