Before we started reporting to the National Anti-poverty commission, they invited us to participate in their activity called Yolanda Run. The proceeds of the said event will go to the victims of typhoon Yolanda. At first I was hesitant because I am not a fan of active sports, also I had a terrible body ache the last time I joined one. But then I realized that it wouldn’t be nice if I missed the first activity, so I decided to join. Come the day of the event, I was somehow excited until I found out that my group mates would not be able to come. Since I was on my way to the venue, which is the Quezon City Circle, I had no choice but to continue. So I arrived at the event and got myself registered. The run had started minutes ago and some were already finished. While jogging, I noticed that there were participants from all age groups. I run and walked alternately, to keep myself from getting tired. After running around the circle thrice, I picked up my things and headed home. And then I realized that running wasn’t so bad especially since I got to help the victims of typhoon Yolanda.
Lizaso, Shaun Erycka T.