Please Help Our Beauty Blogger Friend, Donnarence of My Lucid Intervals
It's funny how we'd always tell ourselves that we should be thankful for every little blessing that we receive, yet we don't really take it to heart, no? After I read Donnarence of My Lucid Intervals' Christmas Tragedy, I felt really bad and brattish for pouting over a measly bowl of Palabok and plate of Christmas Ham during my family and I's Noche Buena. And once again, I am reminded of how lucky and utterly blessed I am. It's so clichè, but it's a life lesson that I never took seriously and now, I definitely will.
Friends, Donnarence's house was burned down to ashes last Christmas day. They weren't able to save a lot, except themselves and a few stuff like her camera, the clothes on their bodies, diplomas, and a few family photos. It's so heartbreaking to know that a very happy, kind- hearted, and positive person like Donnarence should experience this tragedy. But then again, we don't know our fate yet in the end, I still believe that it's all good. Donnarence, the biggest blessing here is that you and your family are safe. That's what matters now. I truly believe you can get through this, with a steadfast faith in God and the determination to rise up from your fall. Just hang on, sister!
So I am asking each and every one of you to please make this blog post viral. Let's try to get all the help we can get for our dear Donnarence so she could continue providing us beautiful product reviews and beauty advice and above all, so she and her family could bring their normal life back in the quickest time possible.
I was never asked by Donnarence to do this--I wholeheartedly offered her help through my blog and with whatever money I can donate. If you want to donate, please do. Or if you can't afford to, sharing this post would mean a lot as well so those who might be willing to help would know about it too.
If you've been meaning to do a good deed for the holidays, then hopefully, you consider helping Donnarence.
You may contact Donnarence at: 0915 128 1232
For money donations, please deposit it to:
Donnarence M. Masilungan
BPI N. Domingo Branch
Account no: 3889 1200 52
You may also send her heartwarming messages via firstname.lastname@example.org. She may not be able to get back to you quickly as she has lost her laptop in the fire as well. (I think) But I'm pretty sure that once her life goes back to normal, she will reply to all of you.
God bless everyone! And stay safe!
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