Then I went on Twitter and realised how serious it was:
|From the Line Live Tweet|
The aftershocks are supposed to continue for a week, and a particularly strong one last night was actually another earthquake! I really, really don't like the aftershocks. There was one that a friend in Nagasaki and I felt AT THE SAME TIME. And the one I felt immediately after waking up today.
Nope, I do not like aftershocks.
|alert that came one hour ago|
Or at least, I'm panicking. If I repeat stuff, yeah, you know why.
My family even asked if I want to go home, though I'm luckily still not in the immediate danger zone, but I do have job hunting events and classes, so even though I want to, I can't.
Wait, why did I start this post? I know I wanted to write something, but nothing is useful so far. Well, I'm alive and unharmed so far, so yay for that. With any luck, the earthquakes will stop, and we can start rebuilding. I should probably search for ways to help Kumamoto too.
Oh, and my emergency bag is ready.