5 years ago, my 2-year-old son was taking a nap in the bedroom, and I was swaying from side to side slowly giving my 9-month-old daughter a piggyback to let her take a nap.
Suddenly the phone rang.
"Oh no! She was about to sleep. Who is calling at a time like this?"
It was the most important for me to let my children take a nap to get free time when my children were still babies.
I answered the call.
"Hello. Oh, are you OK?"
It was from my mother in law.
"Oh, mother. Hi. What do you mean? What happened?"
"I have watched the new on TV just now, and it said that a very big earthquake occurred."
"Really? When and where? I didn't know about it at all. Wait a minute, I am going to turn on the TV."
I turned on the TV and watched NHK news.
I will never forget the scene which I watched.
A lot of houses, cars, everything was being washed away by Tsunami.
What an unbelievable disaster!
I worried where the people who lived in those houses were.
I told my mother in law that we were safe and I hung up the phone.
It was the Japanese intensity scale of 3 around here, but I didn't notice the quake because I was swaying from side to side with my daughter.
The maximum was Japanese intensity scale of 7 in Miyagi prefecture, and the magnitude was 9.0.
When I watched the Hydrogen explosion of the Fukushima first Nuclear Power Plant on TV news on March 12, I thought that I wonder what on earth would happen now.
Huge number of victims are still now living under serious situation.
After 5 years.
Are Nuclear power plants really safe?
What can we do for the victims?
I really hope they will be able to get back to normal as soon as possible.
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