Story of Yevheniia Tselm, QA Assurance Manager at HRForecast
I stayed in my hometown because I couldn’t leave Ukraine. Periodically bombed. It was horrifying on the first day; now everything has calmed down a bit, let’s hope so.
“It’s scary to fall asleep, not to sleep is also horrific.”
Two days ago, tanks bombed the center, but fortunately, I was far from that place at that time. During the sirens, we hide in the apartment’s corridor because there are no properly arranged shelters nearby. It’s scary to fall asleep, not to sleep is also horrific.
In this photo, Yevheniia’s cat is a carrying cage for pets. She takes the cat to her mother because it’s safer there
We are currently actively looking for transport from my city, but to no avail. But, I’m anxious about my relatives, acquaintances, my cat. I don’t know when I will see her next time, because I’m not sure I can transport her abroad if I move to another country.