Nature has its own way of pacifying things or coordinatingone thing with the other. Natural occurrences probably have a great purpose for all living things on earth as permitted by God.
Southwest monsoon is the most disastrous monsoon in the Philippines since it brings many typhoons to Philippine Areas of Responsibility (PAR). Many people's lives were in trouble due to it.
However, I was able to record a video clip that is somewhat therapeutic in nature. The best pitter-patter I've witnessed. The sounds are great to hear from the rooftop. The video clip was actually taken from this quarter at 11B Raja Matanda St. Project 4, Quezon City Metro Manila, Philippines.
NY was just hit with a rainstorm that flooded yards including
How did I describe how bad it was to my kids? In 5 words- its raining cats and dogs!
Of course, they said "WHAT?!"
I told them that it was just a saying people use.
But that was not enough for me. I did some research
on the web and found a few origins to this saying.
The most common one says that in olden times, homes had
thatched roofs in which domestic animals
such as cats and dogs would like to hide. In heavy rain,
the animals would either be washed out of the thatch, or rapidly
God is in control of everything in and on the Earth! He will never leave us nor forsake us! Hence, THANKS BE TO GOD!
After a weeklong suspension of classes due to the southwest monsoon (Habagat), finally classes resume tomorrow in the National Capital Region and its nearby provinces in the Philippines!
Many families were affected by that natural catastrophe. But God is good all the time!
Most of the public schools of National Capital Region (NCR) of the Philippines, including QUEZON CITY, have suspended classes today and other days recently due to heavy rainfall.
The students' welfare as well as the road conditions and floods brought by the heavy rainfall have been considered.
According to PAG-ASA, the atmospheric condition was due to a SOUTHWEST MONSOON (or HABAGAT in FILIPINO).
May I just know, GUYS, if the other areas, covered by SEED schools are experience the same conditions...
After an unusually warm and snowless winter, we have had an equally warm and dry spring. There have been no April showers. Will there be May flowers?
I'm in western Connecticut, about halfway up the state close to the border with New York. This has been a very odd autumn. It is November 17, and all the leaves have finally fallen. Normally everything is down by the first week of November. Even the national morning news shows were commenting last week on the late leaf colors, as their cameras show aerial shots of New York's Central Park.
My son is 3 1/2 years old. He and I made up a new game called "evidence of rain" in which we find signs and signals that it has rained (or is still raining) while we are driving around town. He likes to point to puddles on the ground or people walking with umbrellas and say "that is evidence of rain". We live in San Diego, so it doesn't rain very much here.