I’m Back and Alive Again

Yup, my PC had another bout of conking. This after I blogged last week on backing up my files. Aaargh! One fine morning a few days ago, I turn on my PC and it doesn’t get past this blue screen that says: unmountable_boot_volume.

Thanks to a very dear friend’s office tech-guy, Mr. Dr. B (salamat, doc!), my PC has been revived back to life. He suggested, though, that I back up my files in CDs, or flash disks, or even at 4shared.com. Ah, it’s a shame that I even blogged about it, but was not fast enough to be ready for this conk-out. Oh well… Such is life…


The hub’s office has been badly affected by the most recent typhoon. Outside, flood waters reached thigh levels! Inside the office, a few office supplies were damaged. Thanks to the staff’s foresight (and hub’s prodding), all stock items were safely brought to higher levels.


The technohub is stranded somewhere in China! Due to the ravaging of a storm (that was called Frank while in the Philippines), flights from Chongqing to Hong Kong (his connecting port) have been canceled since yesterday. I don’t mind how many times the airline will have to cancel the flight, as long as they fly when it’s definitely, surely safe.

Hang in there, hub. I’ll see you tomorrow, I hope! We miss you. (The kids definitely do – Nate misses your morning-ritual drive around the village; VGood misses hugging your soft tummy to sleep; and Patch the allowance that comes from your pocket. hehe).

6 thoughts on “I’m Back and Alive Again

  1. hi, new to your blog and love it. i studied in baguio years ago, and i also never thought of living in manila, no offense – just couldn’t take the heat.

  2. I hope technohub makes it back safe and sound. Hayaan na lang nya munang dumaan ang bagyo. While he’s there, maybe he should just spend the time buying pasalubongs for you and the kiddies..o di ba 🙂

  3. thanks dear friends. Hubby is home now, safe and sound. It was an adventure for him though.

    He also made lots of new friends/business contacts. They were a group of passengers stuck together, and it so happened that most of them were businessmen. So, really, I still believe that there are reasons for things that happen. 🙂

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