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Frontliner kin leads relief efforts for her condo community's helpers

Mirea Residences | April 13, 2020

Mykee and her son, Grey, at the balcony of their two-bedroom unit in DMCI Homes’ Mirea Residences community in Pasig City.

Being the daughter of a nurse, Mirea Residences unit owner Mykee Articona feels for the frontliners who have to go to work amid a health crisis caused by the coronavirus 2019 disease (COVID-19).

Although she is privileged to work from home due to the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ), the young homemaker cannot avoid to feel worried for her mother and her relatives who work as nurses here and abroad.

“I cannot concentrate well because the number of cases are growing everyday. I’m worried for my mom who is a nurse at the Philippine General Hospital and also for my uncles and aunties who are nurses in the US,” she said.

To ease her anxieties, the 28-year-old mother of one helped lead a fundraising drive for the frontliners of the DMCI Homes condominium community in Amang Rodriquez Ave., Barangay Santolan, Pasig City.

“Together with my neighbors, we donated money and food to our security and housekeeping personnel. I volunteered myself to solicit and get donations here in our building and buy food for them,” said Mykee who works as an associate manager in an IT Consulting firm.

Grey made a touching thank you card for frontliners of the battle against COVID-19.

“It’s the least that I can do to thank our own frontliners here in Mirea Residences for the work that they do. As a daughter of a frontliner myself, I know how hard it is to be at the forefront of the fight against this pandemic,” she explained.

While the situation may be challenging now, Mykee is praying for everything to turn out well soon.

Among the activities she looks forward to do when the quarantine period is over is to eat out with her family in their favorite restaurant.

“My kid will turn six on May 2. I will turn 29 on May 14 and my father will also celebrate his birthday on May 24. We’re also celebrating our first year here in Mirea this April 12. So there are many reasons to celebrate,” Mykee beamed.

She also looks forward to resuming Zumba and Yoga classes with her neighbors which are just some of the many community activities in Mirea Residences that she misses doing the most.

Every morning, Mykee and Grey sing worship songs as they pray for the end of the health crisis.

“Our community is very active in these activities. We have our thrice a week Zumba class and Yoga. We also have scheduled activities for the kids this summer like swimming, judo, and basketball among others,” Mykee shared.

In the meantime, Mykee keeps herself busy by doing her work and spending quality moments with her son, Grey.

“We wake up early so we can have breakfast together everyday. We also pray and sing worship songs every morning on our balcony while enjoying the scenery. We're praying we will overcome this crisis soon,” she related.

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