I went to look for the house of Josie. I sent her text messages and called but she had no response so I decided to look for her.
Our former family drivers Tony and Deo were the ones who knew where Josie lives. When I wanted to meet with her, either Tony or Deo would pick her up to bring to our residence.
We have a new driver so it’s better that I know the location myself so I don’t rely on the drivers in case we change drivers.
Driver Haj assured me he knew how to follow Google map. Kung saan-saan kami napunta. I wasn’t paying attention at first because I took his word that he knew where to go. We were already at the boundary of Caloocan and Quezon City. I wanted to grab the steering wheel and drive myself.
What was supposed to be a 35 – 40 minute travel became 1.5 hours.
I didn’t know that there’s a typhoon today. No wonder it’s been raining nonstop and really hard.
I found Josie’s house and we just stood under the umbrella while talking, I stayed outside their gate, under incessant rain and them, inside their gate, on the driveway. Mahirap na may Covid pa rin.
She fell down the stairs daw and dropped her phone that’s why she wasn’t responding to my calls. She gave me a new number.
When I got home, I took a photo of the Ortigas Skyline.
Grabe ang lakas ng ulan.